Top Ten Universal Languagesbeatles There are certain "languages" spoken by all cultures and nations. Thank-you to PositronWildhawk for the inspiration. This is the most difficult list I've ever compiled, and I could only think of seven, but I'm sure you'll come up with more.
The Top Ten
Every culture has its own unique style, but if music is good enough, you should feel the lyrics, even if they are in a foreign language. - beatles
Different numbering systems, but the fact remains that two and two always equal four! - beatlesV 3 Comments
Emotions are the same throughout the world! We just have different words describing them =) - keycha1n
Music is OK, but one time I listened to a song in Spanish and did not know what the heck anything meant. Expressions however can show people exactly what you mean.V 1 Comment
Even from behind, you can instantly gauge someone's confidence level or how they are feeling. - beatles
Consisting primarily of hand gestures, this is probably most often used between fishermen: "He was this big! " - beatles
Indeed, a picture speaks a thouaand words. - beatles
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I agree with and like this one, beatles. Non-verbal communication is its own universal language.
Can't tell much from an expressionless, motionless person though. And there are a few of us, er, those about!
And any doctor can tell a lot from a person's 'motions' too - indeed, anywhere in the world! - Britgirl
Indeed, Britgirl (I'm guessing you added this), love is a universal language.
I didn't add it because I knew you would...haha! No, somehow I forgot to include love! But I'm glad you remembered. - beatles
Art is spoken by the whole world, and it knows no boundaries. - keycha1n
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