Sunday, 30 April 2017

Language Of Love

Mind Your Language - Language Of Love

Language changes every 10 miles we go. India's language and literature is one of the richest in the world. There is a strong force of integration in spite of the linguistic diversities.  The variation in the language in the different region sometimes encourage the tendencies of regionalism.

I speak Hindi and English but the language that is close to my heart is the language of love. It does not require any words to speak. It does not have any vocabulary. It does not have any region or boundaries. Here action rather than words are used to show and receive love. It is truly said that actions speak louder than words.

It is not possible for anyone to learn and understand all the languages of the world. But for understanding and showing love we don't need to learn any language. It comes from our heart. 

When a child is born, he doesn't know any language. It is the mother's love for the child that makes the mother understand each and every requirement of the child, without the child even talking to his mother. It is the mother's love for her child that makes the mother understand her child so well.

We don't always need a language to convey things to others. Common courtesy and politeness may seem to be small gestures but these small gestures make a big difference to the quality of relationships. So it needs to be followed by each and everyone in the society. And it doesn't require us to learn all the languages of the world. 

One of the best ways to create our life happier is to make other people happier. In the long run we are treated by others as we treat them.

There are many acts that come under the language of love. Power of smile is great. Smiling at others can brighten up their day. Smiling is an action of love. It is one of the priceless gifts that we can ever gift to anyone. When we go outside our country, getting a smile even from a stranger makes us comfortable at the new place.

Holding the door open for a few extra seconds. It does not take much of our effort but it can put a smile on someone's face.

Some of the others language of love can be offering our seat to elderly people, helping people in trouble, spending quality time with our loved ones, hug in the time of crisis, kiss for our loved ones, tender touch, holding hands , giving gifts etc.

We need to learn some common language to communicate and speak to others. But we don't need any language to show our love and respect to others.

These acts of kindness and love does not have the boundary of any language. This is the language of love which unites all of us together.

 ‘This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.’

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