"When a communicator becomes stuck on his high level of abstraction, his discourse is often characterized by vagueness, ambiguity, and even meaninglessness.  It is as if the link between words and realities has been severed.  The would-be communicator then possesses only the words and has lost touch (wholly or partially) with the things they stand for."  
                                     S. I. Hayakawa

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 Hi, friends!!!

 So very true!!! I think that in this site we try to avoid this trap. :-)


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