Dynamism is an intrinsic part of existence. The entire universe along with all its entities is in constant state of flux. Giant creatures disappear and monuments are reduced to rubbles with the passage of time. Languages are diverse and dynamic. They are shaped and their continuity and discipline disrupted by their locale, race, class, ethnicity, gender, and age, as well as inherent elements present in a particular language. Arabic is no exception to this tradition of change. Despite having a recorded consistency and continuity for a little more than 1500 years, Modern Standard Arabic has all the basic elements preserved of its ancestor language. The spirit is same with a new form that reflects the massive changes arrived through by the humanity during the past 15 centuries. This is an unparalleled example in the history of human languages, wherein a language has retained its fundamental structure with such an integrity. Islam, Sunnah, Quran, Arab nationalism - we can contribute this to many factors. By all means, what we have today is an amazing communication system thriving and flourishing in all its glory, rooted strongly to its very origin.