I understand programming and enjoy it but don"t get excited about the mostly minor differences between languages. Thats why I think it could be good if multi-lingual people like you with such an enlightened mindset who enjoy syntax could design a new language from the ground up that included all the best attributes from the myriad of languages now available – and maybe added a few innovations on top.
That's the exact reason why there are so many similar languages that all more or less look the same. Many programmers have tackled this challenge. However it is fundamentally impossible. There is no definition of what counts as a best attribute and different programmers have very strong opinions on the subject. That is ignoring the fact that you first have to ask 'best for what?' java may be best for cross platform, perl may be best for text processing, php got dynamic web, C for low level development and python for learning programming. (These are examples, not facts and not an invitation to debate this in this thread!).
If you did somehow manage to include the best features of all languages then you would probably end up with a bad language anyway as it would become overly complicated and large, with inconsistent design principals and so be really hard for a beginner to pick up.
The better effort is not to design a new language, but just to pick a good enough one and improve the documentation, code sample etc and while keeping it simple!