The Gentleness of Expression in the Field of the Psychological Dimension in Nahj al-Balaghah (The Vocabulary of Death as a Model)
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The gentleness of expression is not to mention the word explicitly, or to mention another word less than it explicitly, and the language shows what is in the soul of feelings, passions and emotions. If a person is affected by something psychologically, we find its echo in the language, so choosing vocabulary is according to its psychological impact on the addresser and addressee. From here, the subtlety of expression stems from the psychological impact of the vocabulary, and this effect is one of the reasons for its formation and recourse to it. From here, the gentleness of expression stems from the psychological impact of the vocabulary, and this impact is one of the reasons for its formation and resort to it. The remembrance of death disgusts the ears and brings aversion when it is mentioned explicitly. For this reason, we find Imam Ali using alternative vocabulary as a matter of eloquence; to express a goal he intends and a purpose he wants.
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