Pentecost - Abolition of the Babylonian Separation
Communication instead of language confusion
With this extremely successful communication in connection with the work of the Holy Spirit, a great sign was set against the Babylonian confusion of languages, which is thus lifted.
Babylon and the Tower of Power
In the Jewish tradition and the Old Testament of the Bible  it is reported that the people of Babylon wanted to build a "tower up to heaven". This is an image of power rather than love that reaches "up to heaven", namely the realm of the spirit.
Thus, the tower to heaven symbolises phallic, invasive male conquering power that does not even shy away from the eternal "divine" orders. This is first glorified in the Babylonian epic of Gilgamesh. (In J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings Sauron's Tower vividly depicts this side of the dark power).
Confusion of language: communication difficulties
If love is missing and power reigns instead, both the connecting element and the desire to understand the other are missing. Any "insights" about how the other person functions are at best used as a means of power to manipulate and dominate. This creates confusion and division among people and communication is no longer of interest.
Fruitful communication as a matter of the heart
Lived love, on the other hand, means accepting the other person as he or she is. It makes it possible to be interested in people in their otherness and to make an effort to meet them where they are. The word communication contains the Latin communio, which means community. Communicatio means communication. In it is the German word "teilen" (to share).
Those who love do not take, but give and share what they have. This also includes empathy, understanding and enthusiasm.
Pentecost: Unity, joy and strength
This attitude to life is expressed according to the Acts of the Apostles in the Bible after the Pentecost event: the disciples lived together in unity and shared everything they had.
Thus, the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost abolished the Babylonian separation in which everyone goes his own way to expand his own power and communication also has to serve the sole purpose of asserting one's own interests at the expense of the other person.
Pentecost brought back the commonalities: shared resources, overflowing joy, contagious enthusiasm and the shared vision for a better world.