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Ramban writes: "speak ALL your words (lit. also: "your things") with Nachas...". It's obvious that nice and neutral words are to be spoken nicely. But what if you have something to say that the other will not ostensibly wish to hear. It can be a challenge to say such things (instead of just being silent about them) in a palatable manner. Being silent ...


Like nachas ruach a pleasant smell It means pleasant


Divre Chachamom Benachat Nishmaym. Without shouting. Kohelet 9, 17 דִּבְרֵ֣י חֲכָמִ֔ים בְּנַ֖חַת נִשְׁמָעִ֑ים מִזַּעֲקַ֥ת מוֹשֵׁ֖ל בַּכְּסִילִֽים:‏ Rashi רש"י בנחת נשמעים. מקובלים הם לבריות ‏ People pleased to accept. Metsudot אף כי ידבר בנחת מבלי זעקה, המה נשמעים ומקובלים. בנחת. ‏ רוצה לומר בשפלות קול‏ in a low voice, after all, ...

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