When I talk and listen to people, I always remember the phrase “What comes from the mouth comes from the heart.” It’s not always just as simple as it is said. If you assess people this way, you will end up disappointed and distrustful. Tolerance is also a virtue that we need to practice in our lives so we can go on peacefully and hapilly (ever after).
Although it is written “But those things which proceed out of the mouth come forth from the heart; and they defile the man. (Matthew 15: 18)”, since we have a forgiving heart, we can take the good thing in and bad things out. However, let no one abuse your kindness.
Talking is discerning on what you impart rather than just babbling, your keyboard backspace will not work on your mistakes here, you can not just say erase-erase. Sorry is not always enough when you already had delivered your words. Be wise on your words and make it sure that no one is offended. On the other hand, if you intend to attack with your words, make sure you are safe, be aware of libel.
And also, let us not be bounded by this phrase, “More talk, more mistake. Less talk, less mistake.” It’s just kind of stupid not to talk at all. The phrase literally speaks for itself, we always need to communicate to be understood.
Always give others a chance to talk and try to listen.