I've been self-examining my ability to properly communicate with others. I tried to identify some notable problem areas. Firstly it seemed that there is a huge gap of verbally relating to the new generation who has been vicariously living in a cyberworld experience. They seemed to not understand me and really didn't want to. Because I was aware of the inability to be understood, I've tried to be especially explicit. But the more time I take to become more clear and understandable, the more irritated others were with my lengthy explanations. This seemed to also apply to older people.
I have been observing this breakdown in intelligent verbal communication for months. And have come to the following conclusions:
The problem of not having intelligent verbal interactions with others, lies neither with you nor the "listener". It is a deliberately engineered global event.
- Education used to be designed to stimulate new ideas and new inquiries; to produce open minds. But it has become a platform of indoctrination rather than learning.
- Instead of stimulating open-mindedness, it has become a tool to lower intelligence and discourage independent inquiry. In part, it is done so by replacing abstract thought with shallow belief systems.
- Minds are 'dumbed down' by reducing vocabulary, and condemning independent thinking as being non-conforming. This ignorant manner of shallow communication is called "new-speak". Newspeak is the method for controlling thought through language.
A purposefully ambiguous and confusing language with restricted grammar and limited vocabulary to diminish the range of thought.Newspeak
Widespread drug usage and acceptance, has further served to reduce intelligence. Obsessive gaming further reduces intelligent thought.
How can we remedy this situation — especially pertaining to our children?
- Honor your texts and other communications by taking time to use good grammar and punctuation. Organize your thoughts (slow down your pace) before you express them.
- Continue to broaden your vocabulary by studying and using one new word a day.
- Teach your children the value of honoring their language and invest time in teaching them proper grammar. Teach by example.
- Teach them above all how to really listen and hear another's speech. The shallow communication that seems to have become the norm, doesn't require much effort on the listener's part. When many are challenged to genuinely listen, it causes irritation. The speaker feels long-winded and redundant. Teach by example by truly listening to your children.
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