What you call politeness is the thinness of loyalty thinness of loyalty and trust, and the neck of disorder.
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Right here, Lao Tzu says that politeness is the worst form of loyalty and trust.
He even says that politeness is the earliest sign of disorder.
Because politeness is fake.
The moment you think about communication skills, your act is not spontaneous.
It is not natural.
The present state, right here, right now, is always perfect.
It is perfectly in order.
If you try to add something to it, it will be the beginning of disorder.
Of course, you can be polite, righteous, or merciful without trying.