if you really want to say something… don’t

Speech was given to the ordinary sort of men whereby to communicate their mind; but to wise men, whereby to conceal it.” With all Americans encouraged by nurture and culture to place themselves out of the ordinary, concealment acquires a special attraction.
    If you speak in order to persuade, attending to your wants can only yield a distraction. Your interest lies in attending instead to the wants of your audience. Even emotional expression germinates better at a distance. As long as your audience matters to the making of your utterance, its motivation by your irresistible desire will run counter to its purpose. Step aside and let the passions settle, lest you be forced into a choice between futility and indignity.

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“I have frequently been accused of being a self hating Jew, and while it’s true I am Jewish and I don’t like myself very much, it’s not because of my persuasion.” — Woody Allen, Random Reflections of a Second-Rate Mind

“In this country, Jews don’t fight. I don’t know if you noticed that. In this country they almost fight. Every Jew I know almost killed somebody. They’ll all tell you. ‘If he had said one more word… he would’ve been dead today. That’s right. I was ready. One more word…’ What’s the word. Nobody knows what that word is.” — Jackie Mason, The World According to Me

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