Communication should be based on the desire to complement, accept, and connect to each other rather than gain from others with the attitude of thieves. We should make room for one another within our own ego. This requires that the other person is more important to me than myself in the same way that our children are. If we try to make room inside for another person, we will discover that it is impossible and that we hit a wall. The wall only falls when we want to annul the distance between us and exist for the sake of the other’s soul. Connective communication is the art of filling others with what they need.