Language, an abstract concept of human experience, is consciousness’ legacy.
Words create all that we are.
Our stories, faiths, memories, cities, politics, philosophies and technology stem from language(s) across time.
It is also an articulation of depth and understanding between entries endowed with the burdens of consciousness.
To be conscious is to know what is difficult to bear, that all is both together and separated all at once.
Language across generations allows space for these burdens to yet be beautiful by building upon itself countless times over, forever developing consciousness into alternative iterations that co-exist.
The results of this process will shape the future, for better or worse.
May we be wise and choose our language carefully.
It is legacy, programming a version of consciousness into all that will ever be.