Our language, Our heritage
As society progresses, one of the key factors in the measure of our advancement seems to be the degree in which we have phased out our natural language and accents.
As we travel more, and so come into contact with more people, unconsciously we try to find a common denominator in terms of speech. We start to lose our inhereted language and accents in place of some forced substitute, cutting us off from our history. Ancient language was concieved in the midst of nature, magic and understanding. We need to keep our language, if we want to keep our heritage.