The power of the words

imagesWriting is something which is really powerful. If you would have asked me this question three years ago I would have simply said that writing holds no power because neither I was a reader nor a writer, basically I had not gone through this world. But since now, I am a part of this universe of writers and readers I have this strong impression that writing can do wonders in both negative and positive views. A serious writer is more or less like a good orator, he can motivate, teach, inspire and can modify the mind of his readers in whatever way. Yea! A writer can hypnotize the thoughts, feelings, believes and disbelieves of a reader.

Writers have so much ability that they can bring social and diverse other alterations in the universe. The greatest example, we have is Malala Yousafzai the Nobel Peace Prize winner, she started as a Blog writer. She used the power of words in such a way that she was able to change the thoughts of the people around the world. The wrong in the world happens because the ones doing that wrong think that it is right. Now if a writer through his words is able to prove that the thoughts in a person’s head are wrong, the wrong can be stopped to a great extend.

Writing is not just writing instead it is a responsibility because you don’t know which one of your followers is idealizing your thoughts, maybe you are a role model of one of the readers. So all my fellow bloggers you have a power in your hands, which should be used very carefully and effectively.

“If a writer is an army man, writing is the gun and the words are his bullets”

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. cameranomad says:

    A writer is not an army man, an army man is a slave to the government, on contrary a writer is slave to no one.

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    1. Naiyyas says:

      Well I think a writer is a slave of his thoughts and words 😀
      Thanx for dropping in and reading my blog 🙂

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  2. Rajeswari says:

    You are absolutely right. Writers, Orators, leaders are all people with greater responsibility that cannot be forgotten. 🙂

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    1. Naiyyas says:

      Yes Rajeswari.. We all have a responsibility on our shoulders…
      Thank you for dropping in and reading my blog! 🙂

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  3. Tushar says:

    I am not a frequent reader but yes, I love to write frequently. And if there is no writings for few days there is something missing and same with travel.
    Good post. Thanks for writing.

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    1. Naiyyas says:

      True that Tushar even I feel the same! 🙂

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