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The art of speaking

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"Speaking is right, knowing; being silent is also knowing." Speaking at the right time is wisdom, and silence is also a kind of wisdom. Whether it is talking, doing things, or being a person, you can't do it willfully. Language can best reflect a person's spiritual temperament, being able to speak is a kind of learning, and being measured is a kind of cultivation.

1. Be sincere when speaking
"Speaking is the easiest thing, but also the hardest thing." When speaking alone, sincerity is the most basic requirement. The charm of speaking does not lie in how smoothly or eloquently you speak, but in whether the expression is sincere. To

Wang Li, a Chinese linguist, once said, “Women scold the streets and they are more eloquent. People who go to the streets and sell plasters are more eloquent. However, we don’t admit that they can talk.” So we don’t have to pursue how much we can talk in our lives. You must come from your heart and express your thoughts sincerely. To

Sincerity is the key to open people's hearts. When you speak, you must be mindful. When you speak, sincere is to see the other person in your eyes and in your heart. Speak for the consideration of others, and sincerely praise and praise. Although we get along with our family day and night, we should not be stingy with praise, praise the hardships of our family, and express our gratitude.

2. Don't speak casually

The old saying goes, "If you say something, the water that is thrown out", the ancients also said that "covering water is hard to collect." What has been said is like the spilled water cannot be recovered, so think clearly before you export a sentence. You must think about it before you can say it.

The harm caused by language is intangible, but you cannot choose to ignore it just because you can’t see it. Sometimes a word of you can cause a lot of harm to others. To

We have all heard the story of nailing nails: a little boy always tantrums others for no reason. One day his father gave him a bag of nails and told him to drive a nail on the fence every time he lost his temper. The nails soon disappeared. Later, the little boy gradually learned to speak well. His father asked him to pull out the nails on the fence. When the little boy finished pulling out the nails on the fence, he found that there were countless unrepairable things left on the fence. Small holes. So once a verbal injury is formed, no matter how you make up for it afterwards, there will be traces.

The same is true for us in our lives. When we get along with our family and friends, we often do whatever we want, and even give our worst and worst tempers to the closest people, relying on the fact that our family members will not have the bottom line. Forgive us. So when we speak, we must also learn to empathize, look at the problem from another angle, and think about whether your words will bring harm to others before speaking. Don't think of being silent as a true temperament! Don't accidentally hurt those closest to you.



The art of speaking

(Summary description)
"Speaking is right, knowing; being silent is also knowing." Speaking at the right time is wisdom, and silence is also a kind of wisdom. Whether it is talking, doing things, or being a person, you can't do it willfully. Language can best reflect a person's spiritual temperament, being able to speak is a kind of learning, and being measured is a kind of cultivation.

1. Be sincere when speaking
"Speaking is the easiest thing, but also the hardest thing." When speaking alone, sincerity is the most basic requirement. The charm of speaking does not lie in how smoothly or eloquently you speak, but in whether the expression is sincere. To

Wang Li, a Chinese linguist, once said, “Women scold the streets and they are more eloquent. People who go to the streets and sell plasters are more eloquent. However, we don’t admit that they can talk.” So we don’t have to pursue how much we can talk in our lives. You must come from your heart and express your thoughts sincerely. To

Sincerity is the key to open people's hearts. When you speak, you must be mindful. When you speak, sincere is to see the other person in your eyes and in your heart. Speak for the consideration of others, and sincerely praise and praise. Although we get along with our family day and night, we should not be stingy with praise, praise the hardships of our family, and express our gratitude.

2. Don't speak casually

The old saying goes, "If you say something, the water that is thrown out", the ancients also said that "covering water is hard to collect." What has been said is like the spilled water cannot be recovered, so think clearly before you export a sentence. You must think about it before you can say it.

The harm caused by language is intangible, but you cannot choose to ignore it just because you can’t see it. Sometimes a word of you can cause a lot of harm to others. To

We have all heard the story of nailing nails: a little boy always tantrums others for no reason. One day his father gave him a bag of nails and told him to drive a nail on the fence every time he lost his temper. The nails soon disappeared. Later, the little boy gradually learned to speak well. His father asked him to pull out the nails on the fence. When the little boy finished pulling out the nails on the fence, he found that there were countless unrepairable things left on the fence. Small holes. So once a verbal injury is formed, no matter how you make up for it afterwards, there will be traces.

The same is true for us in our lives. When we get along with our family and friends, we often do whatever we want, and even give our worst and worst tempers to the closest people, relying on the fact that our family members will not have the bottom line. Forgive us. So when we speak, we must also learn to empathize, look at the problem from another angle, and think about whether your words will bring harm to others before speaking. Don't think of being silent as a true temperament! Don't accidentally hurt those closest to you.



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"Speaking is right, knowing; being silent is also knowing." Speaking at the right time is wisdom, and silence is also a kind of wisdom. Whether it is talking, doing things, or being a person, you can't do it willfully. Language can best reflect a person's spiritual temperament, being able to speak is a kind of learning, and being measured is a kind of cultivation.

1. Be sincere when speaking
"Speaking is the easiest thing, but also the hardest thing." When speaking alone, sincerity is the most basic requirement. The charm of speaking does not lie in how smoothly or eloquently you speak, but in whether the expression is sincere. To

Wang Li, a Chinese linguist, once said, “Women scold the streets and they are more eloquent. People who go to the streets and sell plasters are more eloquent. However, we don’t admit that they can talk.” So we don’t have to pursue how much we can talk in our lives. You must come from your heart and express your thoughts sincerely. To

Sincerity is the key to open people's hearts. When you speak, you must be mindful. When you speak, sincere is to see the other person in your eyes and in your heart. Speak for the consideration of others, and sincerely praise and praise. Although we get along with our family day and night, we should not be stingy with praise, praise the hardships of our family, and express our gratitude.

2. Don't speak casually

The old saying goes, "If you say something, the water that is thrown out", the ancients also said that "covering water is hard to collect." What has been said is like the spilled water cannot be recovered, so think clearly before you export a sentence. You must think about it before you can say it.

The harm caused by language is intangible, but you cannot choose to ignore it just because you can’t see it. Sometimes a word of you can cause a lot of harm to others. To

We have all heard the story of nailing nails: a little boy always tantrums others for no reason. One day his father gave him a bag of nails and told him to drive a nail on the fence every time he lost his temper. The nails soon disappeared. Later, the little boy gradually learned to speak well. His father asked him to pull out the nails on the fence. When the little boy finished pulling out the nails on the fence, he found that there were countless unrepairable things left on the fence. Small holes. So once a verbal injury is formed, no matter how you make up for it afterwards, there will be traces.

The same is true for us in our lives. When we get along with our family and friends, we often do whatever we want, and even give our worst and worst tempers to the closest people, relying on the fact that our family members will not have the bottom line. Forgive us. So when we speak, we must also learn to empathize, look at the problem from another angle, and think about whether your words will bring harm to others before speaking. Don't think of being silent as a true temperament! Don't accidentally hurt those closest to you.

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