At inlingua Malta we have a big heart. A heart which beats with the same pulse rate as that of humanity. We have embraced the fact that notwithstanding all our differences, our humanity is one and the same. We all cry the same salty tears, we all cry tears of joy, we all stare in awe and wonder at the sky at night and wonder if there is an afterlife, we all fear the unknown, we all laugh at a good joke, we all feel dwarfed by the majestic grandeur of towering mountains and endless oceans, we all marvel at miracles of life as they unfold, we all cringe at the sight of Palestinians and Israelis – brothers and sisters in blood – crying over the battered corpses of their loved ones. There is a heart which breathes in us -humanity is in fact the moving factor here. The blood that gushes through our veins is a crimson red. It’s red for all.
We all have a mind. The mind – a depository of human knowledge and experience.The mind… such a powerful force … an incubator of ideas and inventions… and yet so weak and vulnerable. On International Youth Day, to express solidarity with all the youths who are facing psychological problems, we at inlingua will be distributing flags to each and every student. On a global level, it is estimated that approximately 20 percent of adolescents and youth experience a mental health condition each year, with 85-90 percent of this group living in low-income countries. Youth with mental health conditions can often experience stigma and discrimination which can be particularly harmful for young people.