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Manners in verbal communication, attitude, and dress

Manners in verbal communication, attitude, and dress

Manners in verbal communication, attitude, and dress according to Islam

Manners in verbal communication are very important to be applied in everyday life. In dealing with other people, almost certainly involves verbal communication. Either face to face, or using communication tools. How to communicate verbally can be a reflection of a person's personality. Oral communication manners can also affect the social atmosphere. 

The following are examples of manners in oral communication.

1. speak good and polite language, choose the right words and sentences, and avoid dirty words and offend the other person's feelings.

2. When talking to older people or elders, keep your eyes slightly lowered. Likewise, lowering the volume of our speech.

3. In some areas, provisions apply not to be in a higher position than the interlocutor.

4. Pay attention and direct your eyes to the other person politely.

5. Do not dominate the conversation, be a good listener by giving the other person the opportunity to talk.

6. Do not interrupt the other person's conversation.

7. Don't talk with your hands on your hips or pointing at the other person.

8. When in a triplet position, do not speak a language neither of them understands. Can't whisper together without caring about other friends.

9. Avoid excessive joking and laughing out loud.

10. When starting to speak with a communication tool, say hello, introduce yourself, and make sure that the other person is the person we are talking about. When the conversation is about to end, say thank you, close the conversation and say hello.

Manners of communicating on social media

Similarly, when communicating in the real world, communicating in cyberspace must also prioritize manners and manners. Especially if we communicate with other people on social networks, manners in any case must be prioritized, such as posting status or tweets, chatting, posting photos, and others. 

Manners in cyberspace can make social activities in cyberspace more comfortable because of mutual respect and respect among users of social networking services. Have rights and privacy and deserve to be respected and respected.

Therefore, choose good words and sentences when using social media. When uploading pictures or the like, choose good pictures, and don't offend other people.

Manners in attitude

Manners in attitude are also very important to be applied in everyday life. Behaving involves the procedures for using and positioning our body parts when interacting with other people. Even though we don't use words, the attitude we show is body language that can be understood by other people.

Broadly speaking, body language consists of how to sit, how to stand, how we use our hands and feet, and what we do when we talk and interact with other people. The following are some examples of body language to watch out for when speaking or interacting with other people.

1. Do not cross your legs and arms.

2. Make eye contact in a short time, do not stare for long.

3. Make the distance between the legs to show that we are comfortable and confident.

4. Position the shoulders in a relaxed state, this is to show that we are not in a tense state

5. nod a little when the other person is talking. This indicates that we are indeed listening and paying attention.

6. the appearance of a radiant face, smiling, or laughing in the right situations and conditions.

Manners in dress

Aurat is a part of the body that must be covered so that it is protected from the eyes of others. The genitalia of adult men are between the navel and the knees, and the genitalia of women are the entire body except the face and palms. Thus, if the part of the body that is aurat is covered by clothing, it will be protected from the view of the people around, and protected from unwanted disturbances because it is triggered by sight.

Dress etiquette is a way of dressing in accordance with the rules that apply in society. As a Muslim, we must of course dress according to the provisions in Islamic teachings. Thus, dress etiquette in Islamic teachings is also to cover the genitals and to decorate to beautify the body. The limitations of ornate can be interpreted as a way of dressing in accordance with the rules that apply in society. These rules are more directed at the value of politeness, morals, or good character.

Dressing and decorating is a beauty in itself for humans. Allah swt also loves beauty and harmony. Therefore, the Messenger of Allah always encouraged his people to always dress and decorate in a neat and harmonious manner so that it was pleasing to the eye.

Manners contain great benefits, as follows

1. to make someone respected, respected, liked, even loved by other people.

2. Establish good relationships with other people.

3. Increase self-confidence in every situation.

4. Creating a comfortable atmosphere in various situations, be it a family environment, association, or a place where you study or work.

5. can improve one's career

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