We Celebrate Natural health through the power of
Language and music

The answer to natural health is laughter,music and things like :

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Two questions exist about language development and its origins.

First, `How is it that the complex phenomenon of spoken language arose in the animal world?'.
Second: `How is it possible that children acquire language with such ease irrespective of the language they learn?

The present prominent hypothesis on the phylogenetic origin of language is the natural selection approach. This claims that speech - and its associated characteristics like voice, and specialized brain regions and the ability to comprehend syntax of spoken language - was selected by gradual natural selection of genetic changes, made possible by the selective advantage of speech itself or was made possible by genetic assimilation

The present prominent hypothesis on the origin of language during individual ontogeny a hypothesis taken for granted is that children have a language acquiring device (LAD), that uses an innate Universal Grammar. Syntax, according to this view, is acquired by a child by setting a few parameters of the `innate grammar' according to those in their parents language.

in opposition to these approaches, first that song production and song interpretation capacities were the essential, naturally selected, preadaptations that enabled language, which readily evolved in a cultural (memetic) manner. In other words, speech preadaptations were naturally selected but only in regard to singing and not in regard to the later use they came to have in language. Second, linked to this `song being the preadaptation for speech' approach, we argue that children learn spoken language by means of innate melody recognition capacity (Music Acquisition Device or MAD). If genetic evolution contributed to our abilities to learn language, it was in an indirect manner by providing us with abilities to sing. Thus, language learning devices can in fact be considered as memetically adapted song learning ones.

the language of all nations is laughter and music