Inspiration ~ the value of the written word!


You are beautiful


Inspirational words are so wonderful and uplifting. And whether they are presented in the form of quotes, a sentence or two, a poem, a fable, a true story, even a book; the nature of the inspiration is viewed and appreciated by all.

But what of the value. Well that’s something else, all together.

You see … for the true value of an inspirational piece to be achieved you must really believe the words you are reading, perhaps even reading them again until you do believe and then put into practice and achieve that which was so inspiring to you from the beginning.

And then you, yourself, become an inspiration to others which proclaims loud and clear the value and worth of the inspiration of the written word as you pass it along yourself by thought, word and deed! And so it goes.


If you treat an individual … as if he were what he ought to be and could be,
he will become what he out to be and could be ~ Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe


Thank you for stopping by, have a good day and a better tomorrow!


Penny L Howe


23 thoughts on “Inspiration ~ the value of the written word!

    • Thank you Eleenie, I think reading uplifting, nice words may be the easier part, the follow through does take a bit more effort, but is so worth the doing! Thanks again for taking the time to read and comment, I appreciate it very much! 🙂

  1. The power of the pen is mighty indeed…. it can wage wars… it can bring peace… it can lullaby a baby to sleep… it can take you on adventures that you might not ordinarily have… it can bring comfort to someone who’s sad….

    Yeah… very powerful and versatile. Great post as always dear Penny 🙂

  2. Ah yes! The written word – perhaps the most sacred form of human interaction. As a writer, I value it more than most anything. That’s the best thing about blogging; it gives even the average person the power to expression their opinions and share personal stories with the world. We no longer have to rely upon a newspaper or magazine editorial board to consider a letter for publication. And, as for publishing, the self-publishing trend allows for even greater freedom for us writers. In the same vein, we’re no longer reliant upon book editors and publishing houses to bless our works.

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