We forget that often there are two aspects to communication. One concerns the simple facts, the objective information, which one wishes to transmit. The other concerns the reactions one wishes to generate in those receiving this transmission. What we often do not consider, though, is the depth of distinction that exists between these two objectives. In various ways, the lack of recognition of this distinction is a problem for Israel.In this regard, please see my latest post in the United with Israel blog at https://unitedwithisrael.org/the-challenge-of-communication-and-presenting-the-case-for-israel/.
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Rabbi Ben Hecht