The way that different languages use the pronoun "you" shows a lot about their cultural norms. For example, the french distinguish between tu (familiar) and vous (formal), Spanish distinguishes between 4 kinds of 'you' that are split into familiar and formal, arabic distinguishes between a male you and female you (nti and ntuma) and english just has 1 'you'. This shows that the French and Spanish culture emphasizes familiarity vs. Formality while the Arabic culture emphasizes gender differences.
Interesting, isn't it!
The use of pronouns demonstrates philosophy and world view. Are animals considered to be beings or things? Does a table have gender? If a table has gender, but a enslaved creature be it human or non-human is voiced as an "it" rather than he or she, or referred to as "that" rather than who or whom, there is a reflection of world view.
A language is a combination of the historical influences on a culture. Thus, it depicts the cultural aspects of the nation speaking that language. Language adapts to any cultural changes in the environment. E.g The language Urdu is a combination of Arabic, Persian and Sanskirt. It has taken not only words from that languages but also cultural depictions.