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  1. This is not accepted among the Vonnabi intelligentsia and other citizens with habits of subtle perception. They are not ready to accept some indisputable truths – and start screaming that they say “you are only negative” – just their life has never dipped their face in shit, and they live in a fictional world with ponies and butterflies.

  2. Not something that is not customary to say. It doesn't make sense to argue.

    Questions of Faith are not resolved by arguments, and the parties will get nothing but mutual irritation. Religious disputes constantly threaten to turn into religious wars. Let them be “cold”. Unfortunately, for most people, political issues are also questions of Faith. Life is more complicated than any socio-political theory, But around political ideas cohorts of fanatics are formed who seek to carry the “Light of Faith”. Their set of arguments is rather monotonous. They don't accept other people's arguments.

    Academic debates about politics are extremely rare. Be willing to correct your own opinion if the opponent has significant arguments. With an understanding of the complexity of the issues discussed.

    And do you need to spend time on noise, shouting and damaged relationships?

  3. The fact is that often people with whom your work/study/life can bring you together may not have the same religious or political views as you, and meeting a person with the opposite religious affiliation and political orientation almost always spoils the opinion about them and can lead to a serious quarrel (depending on the degree of radical views), which, of course, is not very pleasant.

  4. I try not to talk about politics and religion with people I don't know, or with my work partners, because these two topics are a great reason to ruin relationships with anyone.

    Political and especially religious views are such a “sacred cow” for the majority, so any criticism or disagreement will be perceived as a personal insult.

    I think the question was about something similar.

  5. Not that it is “not accepted”, but it is recommended to avoid topics such as politics, religion and faith in communication..

    This is especially important if you don't know the other person's beliefs and views. An ill-considered remark may offend or even offend someone present and force them to enter into an argument.

    Conversation ( social , personal, work) has its own laws. The main thing is that it should be neutral, calm, easy, not offend anyone and not provoke disputes. Do not express your opinion too categorically, especially if it is negative.

    It is also believed that a well-bred person should not talk about himself. Even if it is asked.

    This is a fairly broad topic of discussion. The rules of etiquette are extensive , and almost every country has its own taboo topics. This is if we are talking about small talk.

  6. Where is it not accepted? Who doesn't accept it? In my experience, most conversations with adults around the world come sooner or later to one of these two topics.

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