The second part is about its readability. Whenever you see a large chunk of code, you get intimidated don't you? For some of us, its plain Greek and Latin. Well like Dubois puts it, its the language you can still read as in its the most friendly language. For this very reason, many people refer Python to as a "great first language". It's a clear, simple, versatile language with well thought out syntax and has a myriad of libraries that makes it so appealing. The possibilities that one can imagine with Python is infinite.
"Simple, yet powerful",the whole ideology of Python.
And lastly :
Although never is often better than *right now*.