Critical Thinking And Language Essay

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Critical Thinking and Language I recall having my first boyfriend when I was 14 years of age. My rosy cheeks shined bright like the morning sun whenever I saw my boyfriend. The butterflies in my stomach soar uncontrollably when he looked into my eyes. I thought to myself, “Is this what love feels like? And if so, I was in heaven.” Every time my lips met his lips, chills went up my spine and hearing his deep, sexy voice was music to my ears. The thought of having a boyfriend was exactly how I imagined until he stabbed me in the heart. The devastation of seeing him kiss another girl was unbearable. How was I ever going to get over this tragedy? After one week of sobbing and feeling sorry for myself, I was introduced to one of my brother’s friends from school whom I never noticed before. My brother’s friend was very much interested in me which made my heart melt. The same rosy cheeks, butterflies in my stomach, chills up my spine and music to my ears, ignited once again. I came to the realization that what I felt for my first boyfriend was only a crush. My first love didn’t occur until years later and even then, love wasn’t all that I thought it would be. Love requires communication, compromising and a lot of hard work. Language plays a very important role in the critical thinking process. Language consists of letters and words put together to articulate ones thoughts as thoughts cannot exist without language. One does not have the ability to think critically without communicating with words. Words or language help communicate ones understanding, knowledge, comprehension on how one analyzes information in order to evaluate ones thoughts. Language diversity can affect the critical thinking process in several ways. In one scenario, if an individual speaks to another individual with a different language or different culture, then language
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