There is very little communication in the world today, and even when there is, it is rarely constructive. Due to the lack of constructive communication, there is a lot of disagreement, misunderstanding, and often hatred. Constructive communication is communication in which all persons in the conversation have equal rights, express their opinion, which may or may not be accepted, in a clear, unambiguous and honest way. In this way, a certain situation (problem) is presented from several different points of view, and the depth and shallowness of the problem can be seen. This enables a realistic view of the situation and a quality approach to problem solving. In such conversations, there are no superior and inferior. This type of communication is essential in all types of communication; in families, between friends, between colleagues at work, between business partners, between parties in states, between governments, political and religious communities, and all communities that deal with important problems of society from economy, health protection, protection of the Earth, etc.
Constructive communication is only possible between people who are aware of their capabilities, abilities and who are aware of themselves as individuals. We are all connected in one omnipresent energy that makes us an inseparable part of the whole, God. This means that as conscious persons we accept love as a guide in all life situations, including communication.