Language is inseparable from the culture and traditions of a people. Just as we human beings grow and develop, so does all language. Language has life as such. The best talented in elocution, speech and writing people that existed many years ago would be surprised if they were to come alive to-day to see how much language has evolved. Evolution can be positive or negative, just as humans have good growth and bad growth, spiritually.
Language is a wonder because in it is hidden all the secrets of all civilization and all the intelligences of a people. Usually, language functions like a river. A language known today can disappear into oblivion in the next 500 years. Historically, when the mighty ruled of one country conquered another then the conquered had to adopt the language of their superiors and also their traditions and culture in a subtle level as these are not completely separable.
There is so much Enlightenment codes embedded in every language the meaning of whose is not readily available to the non-seeking mind. Every language, however primitive, has hidden symbols of wisdom.
The best example I can give is of the Sanskrit language. This is a language in India that the wisest secrets can be found. The civilizations of the remote past witnessed extremely wise persons whose expressions of the phenomena of Samadhi, Moksha and Nirvana and Dharma are to be found in this language. The same expressions fall short in true meaning if translated to any language. Yet this is a truth also with many other languages.
There is that experience of Self that is beyond all language, inexpressible by nature and inexhaustible in seeking and benefits.