Corporate Monolingualism

Humans love words.

We use them to express ourselves, communicate and make sense of the world. Words have the capacity to lift us up and bring us down. They can express love and nurture relationships. But they can also distance us from one another by widening misunderstandings and tear apart what unites us. The pen is mightier than then sword, we say. We all sense the power words have to defend or destroy what is right…

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