The human brain is wired for, and by, language.
Language is how we get ideas from one brain into another.
The words we use to do so reflect who we are.
Different languages influence how we think about the relationship between things differently.
Our languages have separated us into linguistically defined cultural bubbles.
Though most have shared roots,
cultural gaps tend to be greater between languages that diverged longer ago.
All of our knowledge about the world is contained in our languages.
The limits of our language define our ability to comprehend the world.
When we discover something about the world, our language grows.