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If you could only choose one, which is most important to you, quality in a Hub or the message?
I think this is a fair question to ask, taking into account we all write Hub's at somepoint.
Great question, makes me think. Obviously we want both, as your question suggests. But for me the answer is "depends on the hub". Sometimes I write on topics of interest to me or even to work out a solution to a problem and then get feed back. Those have to be really tight as that is part of the process.
Other times I get moved to write, it is almost like a deep meditation, and I get so focused on the thoughts --- details can get in the way.
Here is a cool thing that I have found --- that idle deal, when it happens I go back and clean up my creation (or edit it into unpublished). And the formatting keeps me from going to far out there into no return land.
By far the message!
And bear in mind that messages can also have negative effects or destructive power. Many intellectual and scholars, academics and artistic people are more than able to influence us simply by oratory, artistry, finesse in writing skills, videos and presentations, etc, They stimulate our minds, but they are not necessarily able to stir our hearts. The minds stimulation is always short-lived.
Still, I wish to stress here that the message may not necessarily be what we all need. Still, the strength of a good communicator, is to convey the spirit of what he says. Alas! not all can do this, so quality becomes important too.
Definitely the message.
I have been told that some of my poems can be felt and seen. When you write and it can paint a picture for someone, then the message has become clear.
Like one said sometimes it is a negative message, however most of us that write usually give positive feedback. Most messages that are negative are done in a positive way if that makes any sense.
Sometimes I am led to a certain hub that is a message for me. In other words, we can all get different messages from one writing.
Most poems/stories are written to inspire. I know some ideas of my writings are inspired through the eyes of others.
When Jesus spread his word, it was for a message to the world. Even though he spoke in parables he still wanted us to get to know our Father through him and instill the message into our hearts.
Quality in the message of course. Content is everything. Accuracy and truth (quality content) are All I care about. There are many that are not gifted with good writing ability that understand things better than a lot that have great writing ability and I want to see what they have to say.
its amazing to me that so many on here that are so against anyone judging their work, are wanting the site to limit people because they are not good writers .
That is one of the good things about this site, it gives those a chance to hone their skills and learn to be better writers.
celafoe- Please correct me if I'm wrong, You are saying quality allows us to understand the context of what is writen? If so, I do have to agree. Many thanks
yes Grace that is correct. I only read articles because I am interested in Truth and always looking for truths I have not yet seen. .
I agree, too. The quality of the content is very important to me when I read and enjoy a hub.
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