Language is a born identity which is carried by every individual. A human has not control over his or her selection of language during birth, because it solely depends on the child’s parents about the future growth and teachings in a specific language. Hence language is mostly inherent to an individual and it becomes a part of his/her identity. However, language is a learnable element of life and it can always be learned, so anyone desiring to learn more than one language or it is enforced on an individual because of a specific requirement, the individual can always learn it and equip him/herself. Again there are multiple languages around the world in different regions and some of them are centuries old. There is sometimes a misunderstanding in retrieving the correct meaning of a world or a sentence when the language is not known. In other times, it is also possible that a single word or a sentence has two or more meanings. This paper discusses the challenges that exist in resisting to change one’s own language and to demystify the myth of the desire to resist the change of the language, especially English language, and also if it is realistic that a change in language is undesirable and warrants change and it should be avoided.