The words of a pen are powerful, both good and bad. The pen is so much high compare than the sword because the sword cannot understand the mind and heart of the people. I knew it to be wrong… obviously a sword is mightier, and even on the metaphorical level, the world seemed changed more often through violence than literature. There are many great writers who have been charismatic and reformers. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
But unfortunately there are people who believe that the use of force is necessary. Few of them are John Keats, Mahatma Gandhi, Swami Vivekananda, Maxim Gorky, Plato, Marx, Paine, Tocqueville, Machiavelli, Stowe, Che Guevara, Stewart Mill, and Adam Smith. Both can be used to persuade people, both to defend, and both to harm. But the sword on the other hand, stands for force. There is a famous saying that the role of pen is mightier than that of the sword. The reader has the right to hold his own view; he may not be convinced of the writer's judgement and opinions presented to him. If they do not accept those views they must be challenged.
The pen looks like a small ordinary. All such results are inevitable in the case of a war. Why, therefore, is there any need for Westerners to be doing the same, especially when they stand out like sore thumbs? Right after the play this saying quickly obtained popularity everywhere. The sword is mightier, nobody wants to have a war but if you are being invaded by a tyrant, torturer, dictator like hitler, and other tyrants the pen won't be able to kill those evil people. It is through the pen that Jesus and His disciples have taught us to love and respect one another, to help each other in our times of need.
Even ordinary wars are remembered by posterity because the historians record them in the books. Similarly, books are a symbol of construction, while wars symbolize destruction. Though Bulwer's phrasing was novel, the idea of communication surpassing violence in efficacy had numerous predecessors. Therefore it is always unidirectional. A clash of arms do not influence the public or change ideas. Richard Iones, at the signe of the Rose and the Crowne, neare Holburne Bridge.
Therefore the sword is mightier than the pen. The pen or the sword, which Is mightier? All this has been possible by the knowledge we have learned from the pen. He realised the futility of war in achieving his goals. But it is a sign of good times coming. Well by that look you just won by right of might and as you can see in previous examples the pen by its self is not very fearful so did the pen win or did the pen just have more swords behind it than not? It surely proves that they were afraid of the impact the printed word could have on the psychology of people.
The demonstrators holding pencils aloft are signing up to the same set of ideas. On the other hand, it can also split or divide a country into. It is not due to 3 percent annual growth in the greed of the baker. Even when he can't really be there. The sword can also harm innocent people who have crossed into wrath's path.
No argument will convince them and no eloquence can persuade them. It is the pen and the persuasive men behind them that do so. It forces views on others. The repulsive fog of dust and smoke shrouding the building celebrates the existence of murky maniacs who revel in a bloodbath. To many, though, the killing also raises the question of why journalists like Mr Foley persist in going to places like Syria, where such fates are an occupational hazard. The written word has the power to create a revolution in the minds of men. Instead, Western reporters who cover the likes of Syria these days have to do so with no expectation of special treatment, other than being specifically targeted for kidnapping and worse.
Origin At the times when revolutions were being caused by people who controlled the newspapers and the print media, it became clear that writing had immense power and could control even the popular opinions. Hell I will even break from the quote and give you a sheet of paper. With the pen you can draw a picture that can speak a million words and move a person to forget all except their dreams. Obviously, a pen is mightier than a sword. The words have the last longing and positive impact on its reader or its listener. Christian writings and epistles were the main way that the religion was spread.