I just had a thought as I was commuting on the train from work. We have words like unicycle, unicorn, united, they all have a common meaning through the prefix uni, i.e., one of something, cycle or wheel, corn or horn (no idea how they got corn), and basically this concept of one entity.
Then if ‘uni‘ means to have one of something, why is it that we have unisex and yet it means to be applicable to both sexes. Wouldn’t a more appropriate word be bisex?
I just thought that was interesting. The English language is filled with all of these quirks and special rules, which is why I can understand that it is one of the hardest to master.
I’m glad when God said ‘whoever believes in Him shall not perish‘ there’s no exceptions whatsoever. No special rules or quirks like the English language. It’s NOT whoever except for those bad people, NOT whoever except for bullies, NOT whoever except for the people that are stingy. God loves whoever and that means whoever, no exceptions, no conditions, He loves you no matter who you are.