In Zoroastrianism the saying goes 'Good Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds'
The circumcision of breath is when "sayings about error" are cut out of ones dialect.
Using a car with a flat tire as an example:
- The 'Bad Words' would be 'The car has a flat tire.'
- The 'Good Words' would be 'The tire is going to be fixed.'
How does this compare to Islam? Is evil(meaning error) speech cut out from the dialect? Or again, 'Is speaking about error cut out from ones dialect?'
Or do they continue to point out:
"This is wrong, this is wrong, and this is broke", like King Thornbush who was cut down and thrown into the crematory.