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  1. Even if you do not go into the moral and ethical subtleties, such reasons will still be found:

    1. It is worth communicating with people, even if there is no urgent need for someone who cares about you (well, or not about you) to be there when this need appears. And it can make itself felt when something goes wrong in life and you need real help or just moral support.
    2. It is worth communicating with people because it is interesting, in action you can see how people's beliefs and point of view on some issues affect their actions. This helps to broaden your horizons and make fewer mistakes, for example. In general, you can learn a lot from people, even if they don't know it.
  2. In addition to the points mentioned by Natalia Senderskaya:

    1. Communication is a skill, and like any skill, it can be developed or lost. Not with endings, of course, but some moments related to maintaining a conversation, that with empathy, that with self-control, will be erased. Their absence without communication is imperceptible, but it is worth trying to re-engage in communication processes-and hello.

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