What is frankness?
Frankness is to say what you think in as few words as possible, without taking care not to hurt feelings.
Frankness is to reveal oneself from the inner of him/her, without hiding anything. Blunt is a bold statement of agreement or disagreement, without any weightage to the emotions. Frankness involves one person. Bluntness involves two persons. Frankness is friendly to emotions. Blunt does not care emotions
sometimes its best to be quite frank and honest but there are sometimes when being frank could cause problems. don't get me wrong ALWAYS be honest with the person your trying to build a relationship with 'but BE CAREFUL the truth isn't always nice or what someone wants to hear. so be honest BUT watch how you word what you say and what context you use the statement in, but honesty and frankness is the…
What appealed to the voters in this election was that one candidate had distanced himself from the noise of name calling and mud-slinging and had described himself with a openness, honesty and frankness that was surprising given that politicians are not generally known for their candor or truthfulness.
Meaning of the current flag: * white: nobility, frankness; * sky-blue: loyalty, honesty, irreproachability, chastity; * scarlet: courage, courage, self-sacrifice, generosity, love. The same flag but different meaning (19th century): * white: liberty, independence * sky-blue: God Mother * scarlet: sovereignty
A most surprising and delightful sauvignon blanc from the Loire Valley. I was struck by the clarity and crispness of this wine. No grassy flavor as found in many sauvignon blancs. It presents with a straightforward frankness and simplicity that is quite rewarding for a wine rated at 86 recently in the Wine Spectator and priced in the $14-16 range.
I am certain that my fellow Americans expect that on my induction [ Formal entrance into office. ] into the Presidency I will address them with a candor [ Openness, frankness. ] and a decision which the present situation of our Nation impels. This is preeminently the time to speak the truth, the whole truth, frankly and boldly. Nor need we shrink from honestly facing conditions in our country today. This great Nation will endure…
Many people have related a very wide variety of religious experiences over the centuries. Many if not most of these testimonies have been given with complete and utter sincerity and frankness. One could conclude that these people are truthfully describing their experience as they experienced it, the best way they can. But a personal experience, however intense and however widely celebrated, doesn't verify the reality of what was subjectively experienced.