Understanding Polite Touches Behaviourally and in writing!

Polite touches in your letters could give you more better life. Moreover, you will find many ways through which those touches flowers in good social relations.

Your bright letters should include polite and nicely drawn touches, as I wrote on bright letters and polite touches  at https://www.home-biz-trends.com/bright-letters-and-politie-touches.html.

I have just spilt the main article in the second link because it was too long and I spun it into three light weight pages to enjoy reading them without any confusion, or feeling tired.

The best of the touches are those people find useful and like them because they answered specific questions, solved an urgent problem, or provided information that had been long looked for, or helped this way, or that by making life better to someone.

I learned this from the CTPM Writing Process. By, the way don't say, "spiltted", or "spilted" when you want to use the past and past participle forms of this verb.

To my surprise, I found those touches even in objects the people consider as inanimate objects including objects in nature. I found them in the nature and fine arts, which could indicate that they are not only human behaviors.

Well, this could be a very interesting topic you are about to read here, or maybe you have read between the few lines above down to this line. It is not as somebody expects when she or he thinks, "as man thinkth" of this term during that patience of self-control.

But, it is about how to observe objects that has the same influence of this term we are discussing here. Yes, polite touches.

In some cultures, nature is considered deaf. But, in some other cultures, such as the Amazonian, nature is alive. So, it is breathing, but not with lungs. Read more about this at my daughter's website at Beautiful Amazonian Tableaux.

I tend to follow the Amazonian conception and consciousness about the nature to flow with rhythm, especially when I write Arabic poems, or novels.

These are also polite touches of influence that runs as an elixir from the nature, all the way to explain how to harmonize those touches in whatever creation you enjoy...

Yes, whether it includes any genre of writing, any genre of music, as you read at the Ezine Acts Music, or any movement of fine arts you reveal in your paintings, as explained on the Ezine Acts Paintings.

You could get in polite touches with others when you meet them offline and enjoy your time with them. But, how could you express touches of politeness in your letters?

Start from the right direction in this page to express some touches of politeness in your letters.

Those touches of politeness are not only in the way you behave. As, you could find them in nature, you could find them in many other works, including art and literature and art and culture, as you see on the Ezine Acts Art and Culture.

Fine arts, as you read on the Ezine Acts Fine Arts, for example have also some of those touches in the colors and the themes of paintings and sculptures, we could see clearly in some arts exhibitions, arts galleries and halls, streets' arts exhibitions and even in some arts some people prepare while exhibiting online.

See Ezine Acts Exhibiting Online.

Here is an example of the polite touches of colors and the polite touches of a mum while breastfeeding her child, in one of the French Painter, Pierre Auguste Renoir's Paintings he painted on 1886.

How Polite Touches Make Life More Better?

But, the topic of this page is about how to add politely nice touches to your letters, as you do daily through direct contact with others offline. Your letters both on the Internet and offline need those touches with elegant gestures you make with your contacts, or correspondents.

Politeness always indicates good emotions and sometimes gratitude. It is not alway gratitude, though. It prompts those who cares to use the best choice of words to express that politeness while they speak. They also combine that with the body language to make their speeches get deep into the hearts of the audience.

The way you use letters should be polite enough to get the attention you need for your letters to be read after the efforts you made while editing and publishing your letters.

Publishing complicated letters, or letters that include so many things make your readers confused. You will lose your self ideal, (OK ideal self) if you were used to that. The Ezine Acts Publishing gives you more insights.

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So, stay the course on one topic per message, whether you wrote this message on your website using your website services, or in your newsletters, as you read on the Ezine Acts Newsletters. Offline, stay with the main topic of your letters per message.

If you have another issue, mention it and close your letters telling the recipient, "I will tell you about this issue later".

First, the recipient will focus on the topic of your letters. Second, this will even keep you organized when you correspond with another personal. But, pay attention to this.

Polite touches in your letters are not only for the other sex. You are not writing love letters here. If you were a man reading this, you could spread your polite touches to males too. If you were a woman, you could "compose" your letters with polite touches to females too.

The polite touches in your letters are not only about to indicate politeness using the well known terms, for example when you want something, or when you want to get the attention of another person by writing, "Will you please", or "excuse me".

It is not also about writing, "I take your pardon". You can say these terms in direct contact offline, but it is not necessary to write that in letters. I think they lose their meanings in letters.

But, there is an art essence of expressing the same meanings in letters, as you read on the Ezine Acts Art Essence.

The polite way of speeches is not necessarily an indication to use the same words literally within your letters when you write. But, it is indeed very good to use other words that indicate the same meanings when you write your letters. You can make them literary enjoyable by using a sense of literalism.

There's a light thread between polite touches in the way you speak, pronounce your words and combine that with the expressions on your face and other body language, such as moving your hands, or fingers and the way you express those polite touches on your letters.

The way you speak is not the way you write, as you write to a person who is not present in front of you. So that person will not see any expression including your smile, or other body language.

But, you will indeed make the experience of direct dialogue with direct contact person useful when you write your letters. You can make that person see that you are smiling while going through your polite letters, or perhaps weeping sometimes, if your letters were about a tragedy.

Even in tragedies, you could make those polite touches. Think when you read literary magazine, or any literary work of inventing other meanings behinds the lines of those works.

Collect all the vocabulary you find there regarding words and expressions that include a sense of polite touches in a text document and save that document on your desktop.

For example, you search for vocabulary that any class in your society use. You don't need them all, of course. But, this is only to study it. Out of them get the vocabulary of literati. This what you need to write letters with polite touches, as it includes the expressions you want.

In fact, it includes all the relevant terms to art, culture and literature. Get to that document every morning and before you sleep at night to read and study it.

Enjoy doing this job with passion and strong desire to come up with your own method of using such expressions that express politeness in written words. Hey, this may help you write poetry too.

I was surprised many years ago when I heard some leaders in direct speeches with the audience and some journalists I was among them that time. They used hard words in normal situations, instead of politeness.

I am still hearing some leaders using the same tough words while talking to the people or to the media. Every one of them may need first to know how to be a leader then lead. But, I am still wondering how those leaders still lead without hearts?

In addition to polite touches, you may also be interested in the following articles in the Ezine Acts Art Links, Site Map 11 A, with its extension into sub-site-maps at Ezine Acts Art and Culture, Ezine Acts Fine Arts, French Paintings, Ezine Acts Literature and the Ezine Acts photo Gallery, as well as the articles in Love, Site Map 6 A and the Inspirations and Motivations, Site Map 7 A with its extension into Ezine Acts Inspirational Articles, Ezine Acts Inspirational Sites, Ezine Acts Motivational Articles and Ezine Acts Motivational Sites:

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