The most important thing to keep in mind is this: it doesn’t really matter! Every language has it’s pros and cons. Every language has situations where it shines and situations where it struggles. Remember, at the end of the day you don’t really want to learn a language, you want to learn how to be a developer. Especially as a new programmer, don’t get yourself bogged down with decision fatigue to the point where it keeps you from just jumping in. Pick a language, use it until you’re at least at an intermediate level, then decide if you want to keep diving deeper or want to broaden your horizons. The first language is the hardest; after awhile, picking up new languages gets much less intimidating and just a part of the gig.