Why do we need communication?

Communication is one of the most important things that makes a person happy, sociable and friendly. For centuries, our speech has changed, improved and made more convenient. It is without a language that there is no communication, and therefore it is necessary to master them well.

Of course, communication is an important thing in a person’s life, because it is through communication that we learn many new things, as well as interesting and useful information for us. When a person communicates with another person, he learns many new things about him, understands him better and builds relationships with him. Almost every day a person does not pass without active or passive communication, because this is a daily necessity.

We communicate when we buy the necessary things, when we answer the lesson and when we share our emotions with our parents and friends. Without communication, it is difficult for a person to live, because he needs the support and understanding of loved ones. Even Robinson Crusoe needed communication, so he got himself a domestic parrot and communicated well with him.

Communication and day to day life

Communication makes us people, encourages, cheers and soothes, but sometimes communication can be unpleasant. Of course, in our life, good things and events do not always happen, but we certainly must support each other in difficult times. The word has great power, and in good mouths, it can become life-saving, healing, and magical.

Communication can be not only verbal but also symbolic, coded, in writing or verbal. In any case, a person daily uses various forms of communication, thereby enriching the baggage of his knowledge, receiving new information and mutually informing those around him.

During communication, an important information exchange takes place, which enriches a person spiritually and makes him more intelligent and quick-witted. Such a process is vital for a person, as well as essential in everyday life.

The intention with writing an essay is to confront a reader with a current or interesting topic in a clear, short but powerful way.

The reader must want to continue reading right from the start. An essay is not a big report but an argument of no more than 5 A-4 pages.

You are completely free when choosing a subject. Use a clear structure with your essay to keep the essay interesting and to teach the reader something. It is interesting for a reader to discover and “feel” the motivation on the subject of the writer. Your own opinion and judgment on the subject make your essay so much more powerful. But make sure that you can substantiate this topic.

When writing your essay you start by reporting a problem. The reader must want to continue reading after the first sentences. You can achieve this by making clear why your problem can also be a problem for the reader. Write in such a way that the reader wants to read through, make him or her curious about your opinion and substantiation.

After the problem has been clearly described and the reader is still fascinated to read, it is time to give an answer. Of course, you owe the reader that.

When giving an answer to the problem that you have raised, it is important to use different sources. This indicates that you have read the subject and that you actually understand the subject. After you have specified this information in a clear summary, you can proceed to the next topic.

Communicating is essential and necessary for every individual. The communication has undergone several changes and forms of evolution. In ancient times it was communicated through the gate and the rock drawings, of which we still have some traces. The actual writing will be born later thanks to the Egyptians and the Greeks. From this moment on all the laws and stories narrated orally, will be engraved on the stones or written on parchment sheets.

Over the years writing has evolved considerably in use and form, although the biggest change came with the invention of printing, by Gutemberg, in the second half of the 1400s. The press allows a greater diffusion of religious works, books, and texts, therefore, greater diffusion of culture. From the nineteenth century onwards, the road to communicative evolution is all downhill: the telegraph is invented, then the radio and, finally, Bell’s telephone.

We all know how phones have evolved recently and how their functions continue to improve day by day. This enormous progress, however, has destroyed communication and physical encounter, almost totally replaced by messages and calls to the mobile phone. Now in fact, what is missing is personal contact, which involves a loss of emotional components that only the physical encounter can give us.

On the other hand, it is impossible to deny that the Internet, the press and the mobile have contributed greatly to guaranteeing everyone free and free access to countless news items. This has allowed a greater diffusion of culture, music, books, and information at a lower price and has clearly favored the so-called globalization, breaking down any physical barrier between one continent and another.

Furthermore, we young people are almost totally conditioned and dependent on our mobile phones, so much so that we are no longer interested in in-depth research into notions in newspapers, books or encyclopedias, always having the internet at our disposal. The Internet has therefore contributed enormously to the end of communication but, overall, it is making our lives and our interests increasingly superficial.