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Why do people talk? Who cares? Does it matter? Any significant resemblance or relevance in post-modernistic social behaviour & factors?

One answer could be that humans developed the language to communicate and collaborate in societies to obtain what they need to survive.

Later many languages were developed and for all kinds of activities and identities: Spanish, Hindi, Sanskrit, English, Russian, etc. Literature in all languages and also science (mathematics is essentially a language, in addition to the specialised language of the first religions and of the current scientific, political, psychological and economic specialties).

How efficient and useful is each language?

That is more complicated: One can see in history how politicians spoke of brotherhood and mutual assistance between peoples in each of their speeches, and in practice -in actions- they sent drones to deliberately murder civilians and the decisions of their administration seemed to be based in the meanest and smallest personal calculations of financial gain, grievances and vendettas.

We can see cases such as those of a ruler who in his speech is vulgar and rude -sometimes perhaps unnecessarily- but in his acts he is assisting many people and maintaining a certain balance.

Are they different from any inhabitant of the world? Regardless of the language we use, why is our speech so disconnected from our actions to the degree that it sometimes seems to us that in order to avoid further problems or at least not aggravate them we should not open our mouths at all? 

Speaking is an action -although in almost all, a bad or superfluous action- and our thoughts and actions depend on something deeper: our desire, our feeling of what we want. Which is the only thing that is impossible for us to renounce, and even modify or even become aware of it.We are talking about the bases of our behaviours.

What do people want? Why does our inner attitude deep down resent that others fulfil their wishes when one does not, and it does feel good when he receives something that others do not?  

Something that we see as very primitive and basic, like children in a schoolyard: "this is mine", "I command", "I am the only one who does something, give everything to me", "I am the only one who does everything right, adore me "," if you don't do what I say, the whole world will end "."You don't know, I do know! "... etc.

We changed the schoolyard for the world political and economic scene, and that type of "arguments" with "the right to my self-determination", "the need to exercise leadership", "our historical responsibility", "our responsibility to defend order and freedom "," we will win because reason assists us "... and it turns out the same thing.

Are we really going to be remembered as the civilisation that became extinct for having such disputes between them? All our civilisation and sophistication, both economic and cultural, are based on basic sensations of competence and possession that in general have not changed and remain the same as those presented in the first civilisations - it is estimated that between 7000 and 10000 years ago-: “mine is mine and yours is yours ”,“ my right is to take what I want ”,“ I deserve more than you ”… etc. All forms, philosophies, literature, and much of science constitute elaborations and embellishments of language by expressing those basic sensations that are presented in most of us automatically and unconsciously. They make up most of our world cultural heritage, historical.

Attempts to impose other types of relationships between people externally, without studying and at least trying to modify internal impulses, ended very, very badly. But other than that, the things we want ultimately lead us to have thoughts about.

Why? What is the meaning of the feelings and thoughts that we have? Where are they leading us? And can our feelings change? Could they go from "yours is yours and mine is mine" to "yours is yours and mine is yours" and vice versa? Not only as an adornment of language or a way of manipulating others to do the opposite in practice - as we usually do - but in the facts, in our concrete sensations and consequently in our actions and thoughts - if the three categories are not one and the same thing.

Is there a language that communicates deep and concrete feelings and desires and not just claims and ornaments? And a more important question, does that depend on us? Or is it like evolution in plants and animals where a change in their shape is due to an external force or forces influencing it? 

In the case of people, the way it has to change is found in our sensations and its root: Our desires, how does this mechanism work? Can we study it and work together with Him?

This would open up enormous possibilities for the future, our old way of life that no longer generally corresponded to anyone's wishes, has ended forever, but that does not mean that life or existence - or our perception of it - has ended. , it's probably just getting started. 

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