criticsm should be spoken gently.
| " all your words..."Even
in a time when you have to speak strongly, for
example if you have to give someone
"mussar", you should try your hardest
to speak in a gentle voice. As it is written: The
words of wise men are listened to, when they are
spoken gently. When words are spoken in a soft
way - the listener gets a good feeling . This
certainly fulfills the Mitzvah of doing
kindliness with others.
say that the word "v'awhavtaw"...
teaches us , that it is a Mitzvah to cause others
to "love" Hashem. One of the ways to do
this , is when a person who learns Torah , speaks
gently to people . This causes people to say :
How lucky a person is to learn Torah... Look at
how pleasant his ways are.