Generally, I will be very cool and calm during my conversations. I hear what others say and discuss on their points and when the time comes I will place my view. But once or twice I might have ended up using harsh words which I repented later.
Once I had a discussion with one of my relations and the other man is not at all understanding what I am trying to tell and repeating the same words again and again. Then I got irritated and shouted on that person. But I felt bad afterwards and conveyed my sincere apologies to him for the words I have used.
Well, it is very natural to have different views on any specific issue which can always be discussed in a nice way. Actually, being polite during any situation whether talking to the near and dear ones or a stranger is a habit that develops since childhood. The correct way of behaving in any situation has to be properly taught to the children and the parents should also practice the same in front of their children. If the parents continue to behave rudely in various situations the children will imbibe it which they will apply in their lives. This should be avoided otherwise the child will find it difficult to behave properly.
As for me, I maintain a calm posture and never behave rudely. But a few times I behaved rudely with my relatives and the result was not at all encouraging in any way.
"Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"
Politeness is not cowardness, it is the beautiful expression of subtle and fine feelings of our inner nature. It is the soft connection between the two persons communicating with each other.
In the hectic schedule and materialistic life of modern times, we are forgetting this great attribute and not using it to flourish the goodwill and happiness around us.
The wise people who knew this, always tried to use it, though sometimes apparently, to have cordial relations with the fellow beings.
Knowledge is power.
1. Always talk with a calm face with no expressions showing disagreement or anger .
2. Stating what you think is right is not always rude when you say it in a kind way . For that purpose use 'and' instead of 'but' while you put forward your thoughts . It sounds more concerning to the speaker .
3. And lastly , always pursue what this quote by Abraham Lincoln says , ''It is better to keep quiet and be thought a fool than to open one's mouth and remove all doubt .''
In certain people this will be an inborn character. Their words will never hurt others. Even negative responses will be presented in an acceptable manner. Just the opposite will be the case with some others. Even pleasant things will be presented in the wrong manner, in an irritating manner. Only consistent care given to the words used can bring in a change. The relationships with others will be very much based on these casual talks in a polite manner.