Approximately 7,000 languages are spoken on Earth. One of them disappears every two weeks, on average. And that, of course, is forever.
Beyond recognizing the vanishing modes of perception and lost potentialities for expression, there is the sickening realization that these disappearances are among the nasty effects (albeit unintended) of colonial—and now globalist—expansionism.
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