i agree with Airnout.
there is an interesting model called the “communication square” or “four ears model”.
its worth reading about it (e.g. wikipedia), because it tells you al lot about communication and why it is sometimes hard to be understood.
In addition there are two aspects everyone of us should bear in mind:
- one looses the control over his/her words (information) in the moment they are spoken (or published in our forum)
- one sends “information”, but the “message” itself is generated in the brain of the receiver, after the info has went thru all the filters (cultural, political, age, past experiences, actual mood, and so on).
This is why we use standardized phrases in aviation in connection with standard operating procedures, to ensure an information is always received correctly and triggers the right action.
…and this is also the reason, why we encounter misunderstandings in this forum every day, because two major factors are missing on top of all already existing challenges of communication
Think about it the next time you are blaiming somebody for something or you write without checking the possible span of interpretations.