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Is the Pen Mightier than the Sword?

Is the Pen Mightier than the Sword?

Is the Pen Mightier than the Sword?


 Greetings Everyone – Hope this day finds you in the best of spirit!

My happiness knows no bounds in the presence of such phenomenal writers and of course such a great audience. Before I begin with the thoughts, I would like to deliver my article on a very pertinent topic that would be apt for humanities. i.e. The Pen is Mightier than the Sword. Though I am sure everyone knows its meaning but very few must have devoted a considerable amount of thought to it.


IS THE PEN MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD?

Of course, the moment we imagine a pen we tend to link it with nothing, but the act of writing. How well it writes and whether it is smooth on the paper or not. But that’s the technical side! If we think artistically, it helps one to write or record his feelings on a piece of paper. Sword, on the other hand, is a weapon used for destruction. It can be used only by warriors or those who have learned the art of using it. But anyone can use a pen – whether it’s a child, grownup, or even old people. If one is a writer, then he/she can use the pen to bring the desired result and influence his/her audience.
Sword is a weapon used for destruction. It can be used only by warriors or those who have learned the art of using it. But anyone can use a pen – whether it’s a child, grownup, or even old people
The proverb clearly breaks the illusion of associating prowess with the sword and affirms that it is actually the art of writing which finally triumphs. The proverb commemorates the art of writing and points out the fact that:
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WRITERS WIELD GREATER POWER IN COMPARISON TO THE MIGHTY WARRIORS


Mighty warriors cannot build a strong empire through the power of the sword, but great writers do with their powerful combination of words. Such type of writing could come in various forms, such as it can be factual, creative, social, political, inspirational, economical, theatrical, etc. Let’s understand in a little more detail, the implication of this proverb: 1.Brings Consensus in Disputes – Words, if used wisely, can settle disputes and establish peace.

2.Gives Enjoyment – Literature gives more pleasure than fighting does.

3.Civilization – Civilized behavior is anytime preferred over barbaric force.

4.Persuasion – Writing is believed to be more persuasive than physical strength is.

5.Political Action – The act of writing or creative wisdom leads to a positive and stronger impact on society than of course violence.

Mighty warriors cannot build a strong empire through the power of the sword, but great writers do with their powerful combination of words.

 Books allow us free-thinking and never bind us whereas war not only destroys but also leads to the enslavement of the weak people and poverty as well as deprivation. Whereas wars destroy, books construct. Books help us become fearless and develop individuality, on the other hand, war creates fear in everyone. One cannot accomplish anything through war, but the complete annihilation of countries, culture, and humanity while books act as a medium to see the world through different eyes and explore various places, countries, and islands without actually going anywhere.

Therefore, we should completely shun the path of violence and adopt a more friendly approach. We should try to win the hearts of people or convince them through our art of writing or by adopting a positive approach. We should never get influenced by the ephemeral grandeur of the sword. Make use of the power of mighty pen and accomplish never-ending victories of the soul. This is all I wanted to say.

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Written by Comr Mubarak Abdullahi (Mubreeck)


Abuaslam is blogger and passionate about helping others succeed. I like dialoges and discussions that tech and politics related.

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