Sign Language: The Universal Language We Never Had

In a world dominated by spoken language, I intuitively thought that there is one single sign language. Then, I realized I couldn’t be more wrong.

This sign stands for “love” in American Sign Language (ASL). How universally simple and beautiful!

We use gestures all the time, and it is a part of our daily communication even though we are not even aware of it. Still, it is just a…

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Big fan of innovation | design thinking | collaboration. Awaynear.com lifestyle. Self-publishing expert. About: https://linktr.ee/awaynear saygin@awaynear.com

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