my vote goes to myownworld..the topic she chooses ,they way she writes does make me think , understand sensitive issues...
@habee: Your awesome too! Hey..the holidays are just around the corner...are you starting meal planning yet?
@ habee: Yes... Mow writes very nice stories!
Yup ! Another myownworld fan here ! Errrrr I mean follower.
there's way too many for me to choose from.
i would have to say
beth100-What can I say about her? Great writer, a great friend, and all around good person. I don't think any words would do her justice, to show how amazing she is.
crazdwriter (although she's no longer here)-I always admired that woman's versatility in writing, and her playful personality in forums is sorely missed.
alternate poet-in forums, he's always has great opinons. sure, i don't always agree with everything he says, but he does make a lot of valid points
richie799- he writes interesting hubs a lot, and he's funny to read in forums.
ann nonymous-Sweet and nice person, who's passion for writing always showed through their work.
Pinky lee-you couldn't ask for a better friend, and her hubs that depict events that happened in her life are very thought provoking. Even her poems will touch anyone that reads them.
cagsil-it's a shame the guy doesn't see me as an equal to him, as I wouldn't mind being his friend someday. although for any friendship to work, there has to be a mutual respect factor involved, which i know cags doesn't have for me. lol. oh well. however, i am big enough to admit that his hubs on intergrity, character, and intelligence are very thought provoking. Although I don't agree with Cagsil on the concept that right and wrong are always "black and white" and easy to define, as that's not true when you look at history. If anything, there's a lot of gray areas in life, where what may seem good to one person, may seem horrible to another person. Right and wrong aren't always clear in every situation in life, as life isn't like a damn movie where villains will often have curly mustaches and have evil laughs. No, most villains will often look like everyone else, and hide behind some self righteous idealogy.
mega1 & blondepoet-well they both always knows how to make me laugh in forums, as they're always a lot of fun talking to
Cheeky Girl-Her tips on job searches are helpful, and i love her hub on sucker punch.
and many others, as the list goes on. I could literally turn this into a hub, about all the hubbers that are influential.
evan rogers, crmhaske - for their forum posts
myownworld- for hubs
and my list goes on..
I don't seem to read a lot of other users hubs. I'm generally too busy writing!
The majority of hubs I read are about SEO.
However Shadesbreath has hubs that you just can't stop reading once you start....
Mark Knowles? You must be kidding. I have tangled with Mr. Knowles on several occasions in the forum section discussing various topics, and I find his arguments witless and gritless one liners that neither lacerates nor eviscerates.
Mark Knowles is a BRILLIANT short story writer! Bet you didnt know that, eh?!!!
Cagsil's hubs on ignorance, integrity etc. are very thought-provoking.
ya greek always provokes thought but in many different directions
I also love MOW.
as far as most, not sure there is just one.
Pisean, Sky, Habee and Rebekah - all hubbers I admire and love too. Thank you.
(I have some favorites too, but naming a few and leaving out the rest just makes me feel terrible afterwards, so maybe one day when I have time I'll type out a comprehensive list!)
Lots of agreement that you're a fantastic writer! Time to go see for myself lol!
MOW even in my most compehensive list, you surely are the top in the league by far. You are one author who makes me challenge my own thinking and limitations. Love you for having the power to convey with words. The way you write is exceptional, Your hubs are not adsense or amazon oriented but life oriented. Cheers for being the guiding light and such gr8 hubs. I always wait eagerly for all your hubs.
Thank you for such wonderful words! You know, I sometimes wish I could churn out hubs like a machine, but i don't see how I could ever do that without compromising myself as a writer. I put too much of my heart into each and every hub... and I think my only answer is in writing a book one day. (hopefully, I will).
Having said that, I'm happy for this place to voice thoughts that can easily land me in court (if not the prison!) in an orthodox muslim country.... so till HP doesn't start being accessed by hardcore islamists, I'm safe for a while. Ah, for small mercies...!
(And Tony and CJ, shh... don't tell anyone, but you both are on my favorites list too! love you x)
I also have to jump on the MyOwnWorld bandwagon. Her writing is sensational.
Jess Killmenow is the absolute mind-provoking hubber. This man posts some nice hubs..
wow..i m loving this..there are r names coming which are now in my to read list..thanks guys...
Paraglider is a very thought-provoking writer. . .
Ooh--I see names here that I'm not familiar with--off to read some, now!
I cant find my name here ...Where are the other name lists?
My vote also goes to myownworld...a beautiful writer who always leaves me hooked until the end
AEvans she writes from the heart and tries to keep things positive always...
Arthur Windermere certainly has one of the most unique thought-processes on HubPages - you never know what he is going to write about next, but it will always be a very unusual topic.
Three writers that I always enjoy reading are GusTheRedneck, MickyDee, and Habee.
Gus has his own unique sense of humor which can catch you off guard as you read his hubs.
MickyDee writes from the heart and you can feel the emotion coming through.
Habee's hubs always hold one's interest and she can combine real life experiences with a little humor.
Okay, I cheated and named three.
Pisean provokes my thoughts with his forum questions...
sadly, I don't like to think
Cagsil for me without question but I guess I need to check out MOW.
There are many others that make me think for all different reasons, sunforged, ryankette, nelle hoxie and PCunix (think thats the name, the one with the clown hair) really made me think when he decided to tell people he wasn't following them
Ok I am now a fan of MOW, clearly it would be difficult not to feel moved, confused, angry and helpless, I only read one hub.
Guess I will be there a while.
Gosh. Thought-provoking ones...
Bard of Ely
Jeez, it makes me wonder why I ever left hubpages.
And nooow myownworld is my newest favorite. She is definitely on my list of thought-provokers.
Thank you for this thread! I'm discovering amazing people through here.
MOW, BP and AEvans are my three main ones but there are many more I like
I like their hub topics, especially the ones on relationships. Madison always brings in a fresh perspective.
I have just recently learned that the most thought-provoking hubber is Stan Fletcher. Check out the hubs posted in the comments to produce an earth-shaking laughter or explode in tears.
How can anyone say? When the majority of forum hubbers don't read "hubs!" They just play in the forum.
I don't think many people would find teh majority of my hubs thought provoking, unless they really like to think about notebook coolers.
I think it might be me. When writing, I thought provoke myself into a headache, which then forces me towards the scotch bottle. That creates multiple freezer door openings, and some compulsory exercise, given the number of trips. This activity inevitably leads to ice cubes on the floor. Next is the obligatory nasty slip and the horrid realization that this precious elixir has been propelled all over the keyboard, four keyboards, two laptops and a hard drive have been casualties and worse yet…..the trepidations caused by the empty bottle ….
And that my friends, is a terrible thought.
Needing to feel better I will try to find the latest rant from SunflowerBucky, or political comment from Breakfastpop or common sense from DaveRaves.
And the reading list continues on and on… until the scotch bottle is replenished and the muse is reinvigorated.
Breakfastpop, William R Wilson, and James Watkins are the first ones that come to mind!
by Deborah Sexton 9 years ago
Wednesday January 20,2010:"The irrationality of a thing is no argument against its existence, rather a condition of it"Friedrich Nietzsche
by Mario.Alberto 9 years ago
Anyone enjoy thought provoking poetic justice? check it out!
by sharonagape 8 years ago
Your writings are thought provoking. What is your belief regarding divorce.
by CWanamaker 6 years ago
What are the most thought provoking films of all time that portray humanity and the human condition?
by Kenna McHugh 2 weeks ago
“For evil to flourish, it only requires good men to do nothing.” — Simon Wiesenthal, Death Camp Survivor, and Nazi Hunter
by Haunty 9 years ago
What style of hubs do you like best?Do you like storytelling, funny hubs, more informative lecturing kind of hubs, or personal opinions, accounts of personal experience? What does hubber-friendly content mean to you?
Copyright © 2019 HubPages Inc. and respective owners. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc. HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|