Hmm need to clean up my speech
Right speech: differs from the Christian commandment “thou shall not lie”. Right speech means not only not speaking lies, but not to gossip, or speak ill of others, or to speak in a way that causes dissension, mistrust, or hatred. If you have never thought about the concept of right speech, you probably aren’t a parent. Observe any parent’s reaction when their darling offspring let’s loose with a string of profanity or even just drops the f-bomb in public. Instant resolutions of “I need to clean up my speech” usually pop into most parents minds. It is also not saying something that can be taken, to have more meaning then we intended. We get along well, and I like that, is not the same as I like you just as you are, when said as boyfriend/girlfriend in a dating context. It is also not asking questions, which we don’t really want to hear a truthful answer to.