In China Mahayana the nirvana aspect of Buddhism was greatly appealing to some people but the idea of a foreign religion dominating in China made some people hate Buddhism. However, in this mix of people there were some people who were in the middle and felt neutral about Buddhism and its beliefs. There was a similar reaction in Rome with Christianity and its beliefs. Some people, mostly the lower class and Jews, found Christianity a way of escape and some even thought of as safety. On the other hand some people hated the beliefs of Christianity because it went against their norms and old traditions.
Sometimes words and actions fail to match up and if this is what you are guilty of (or someone else is) your communication isn 't open and honest, someone is merely saying the right things to smooth things over or sweep issues under the carpet. While it may be an effective short-term solution, the issue will build up and result in resentment and a blowup will eventually be
At the point when your nonverbal signs match up with the words you're stating, they build trust, clarity, and compatibility. When they don't, they create strain, doubt, and disarray. In becoming an effective and good communicator, it's critical to wind up more delicate not just to the non-verbal communication and nonverbal signs of others,but also distinguishing our
I do, however, think the situation would have been similar if the roles were reversed and it was an all English speaking crew filming a Japanese man, or any other nationalities with different languages. I think it is a worldwide phenonemon for people to think that tourists or citizens in a country lacking language skills automatically means less intelligence, and that is a completely incorrect
And this tip works even if you're doing a webinar and people can't see you. When you're nervous, it's easy to speed up your presentation and end up talking too fast, which in turn causes you to run out of breath, get more nervous, and panic! Don't be afraid to slow down and use pauses in your speech. Pausing can be used to emphasize certain points and to help your talk feel more conversational. If you feel yourself losing control of your pacing, just take a nice pause and
I need more practice not letting my mood get in the way of being open to ideas and suggestions. I have noticed that I can have a short fuse at times and even a little bit of an attitude if something upsets or annoys me. I need to learn how not to allow a bad day or bad mood to affect my ability to listen. Equally important when interacting with others is body language.
If we nervous when we look to someone’s eyes, just look at the “T” part of their face. • Body Movement Body movement is a part of non-verbal communication. It helps us to make audiences understand better what we are going to convey as well as helps to convey the messages with code / body movement to audiences so the messages conveyed more clearly and raises the similarity of meaning between us and audiences. So that happened a mutual understanding in the communication. • Posture The position of our
In the modern world, it is easy to approach people from different cultures or different societies. Usually, we often react in two separate ways to those things we see differently. We can either accept them (tolerance) or oppose them (intolerance). This essay’s purpose is to clarify some issues related to intolerance and some ways of resolving it in order to help the readers have a more proper understanding of these terms. To begin with, it is essential to understand the definition of tolerance and intolerance.
It is also very important to be able to know when you need to seek any sort of help because even though people really try to tough it out, going through their emotions and venting to someone is very beneficial. If someone is going through a really tough time do not judge them or try to belittle them. They might be going through something deeper than what the surface