I know the point, I made that point countless times, why would you simply say "You made my point" and expect us to read your mind and know what you are talking about? Or was that the real intent, to make it so someone would have to ask you so you would appear some how more knowing than you are? Honestly, the vagueness, and then the way people act as if there was nothing vague and everything they meant to say was self evident astonishes me sometimes. That your intent was to be vague was clear, however I see this often, and that is not always the case. Anyhow, good luck.
OK, here goes. You made your point which is also my point just in different words and then I made your point in turn making my point to make you point which I recognized as my point even though you recognized it as yours.
Basically we just made the same point and should stop arguing.
What about a letter I have to write, before chanting the spell ?
Since I have to write some kind of feelings on it, would it be better to write them in my mother language (spanish) and then say the spell in english ? For the letter to have more importance ? Would a spirit understand if I mix languages ? Would it be rude of me ? ... o_o ?
The origanal language of a spell depends on the spell creators veiw, and tradition.
Many used the germanic runes for spells in written forms, many spoke in Italian, or Latin for spells.
Depending on the religion, and century, spells were written in different forms of letters, or words, even pictures, to keep the spell, or ritual;secret. In the witch hunts, this became way more emphazised on, and is often still used in world wide nations like Europe, today!
The spell words are not important, saying a spell in greek, may actually aid a spell. Why? Because you have to keep focused, and pronounce the words correctly: this then can aid, due to the concentration absorbed.