If the hearts can be conquored by Sword and all other weapons then now Kashmiris and Phelistinis would praise this. But a sword cannot make peoplefeel good or help them. In this day and age, it is important to remember that words on paper will endure long past hard … drive crashes and new equipment. They only listen to themselves, and these are evil people who don't feel any sympathy to other people because they have only a very tiny amygdala, a part in our brain thati is responsible for feeling sympathy to other people, that's why, they will not listen to any rule of law. Some feelings cannot be expressed in mere words; they require actions to speak for them. Also, I would like to thank you all for taking time out of your busy schedule and gracing this ceremony with your presence. However the question now occurs, is it less of free speech but more of a hate speech being used.
Conclusion The pen certainly is more powerful than the sword. Both can be used to protect, destroy, or in limited cases heal. But these dreams bite the dust as the pen lies on the floor splattered with blood. While with writing, you don't necessarily have to feel what you write, nor the words that escape your mouth. When people are influenced by new ideas, changes occur in the society.
But I would like to take a step forward and explain what it signifies on a deeper level and why it is important in the present violent world to unleash the power of words. I am not saying only pen can solve the problem but itconnect one's mind with another, to persuade the reader to take upthe view which the writer holds on a particular problem. It can create peace during wars, while it can also create wars durïng peace. The proverb clearly indicates that the writers are more influential than the mighty fighters and the sword cannot build such impact which writers can. It helps the writer to record his thoughts on a piece of paper.
So it's like asking 'Is a bullet mightier than a gun? Yes, ladies and gentleman you heard it right! You may find yourself joining the ranks of Mark Twain or William Shakespeare someday! Many people study and read it every day. If someone hurts you with actions, like bully punching you, it will fade, but a nickname sticks, and can haunt you for your school life. The sword can only destroy. If someone hurts you with actions, the pain will go away. Apparently, you cannot fathom its deep hidden power, but when you start using it in order to move the world according to your opinion then you realize its true hidden potential. The pen is indeed mightier than the sword. The story of one stick versus a bundle of sticks that taught us the power of unity - a collection of just a few words but providing us a lesson for life.
The powerful ideas of many great philosophers and intellectuals have been known to smash dictatorship and monarchy in various parts of the world. Actually, the art of writing is considered stronger than the act of war. And this power is so magical that it can make the world follow you and transform the feeling of hatred into love, fight into friendship and war into peace. I would like to thank my teacher for giving me the opportunity to stand in front of you all and deliver a speech today. As a matter of fact, a sword can cause trauma in someone.
That is the power of writing. I like to think of it this way. And unlike the pen, it can instill fear into its enemies hearts. But in my opinion, action the sword is a mightier tool available to the human race than a pen. In the Vietnam war, journalists and photographers played a key role in bringing about an end to the conflict. We may also understand from it that ideas are more effective than violence. Later when Hitler held both the pen and the sword, the German Jews were punished by exile and concentration camps and death camps.
Summary: Writers, thinkers and of course journalists remain the helots of our region and the adage that the pen is mightier than the sword has yet to reach our shores, while persecution of journalists in the Arab world can vary from a beating on the street to a jail term or outright execution, and punishment for words that anger the authorities, a sect or tribe is destined to take writers and those behind them into the unknown. Can we pay back for the stories read during our childhood from storybooks, comics etc bought for a meager cost but the impression of those stories, learning gained from those stories and the legacy that is carried from generation after generation. It stands for the press, literature, news-papers, books, and other writings. Mahatma Gandhi, John Keats, Swami Vivekananda, William Wordsworth and many more have created magic through their writing. In that sense then, the pen is given the symbolism of the sword, and the picture that of the words. Words have great value in peace or violence both. As a matter of fact, a war is an endless tunnel with no light of hope at either end.
Bombard the editor with letters, get a petition up, tell people not to buy or subscribe to it. With this I end my speech. I mean take the Native Americans for example. The pen refers to intelligence and the sword to brute strength. The quote says that great writers whether in plays, poems, literature, songs, or newspaper reporting can even out … last an army.
Again, it's questionable whether these words did actually cross his lips, says Michael Broers, professor of Western European history at Oxford University - but he says the sentiment definitely chimes with Napoleon's views. This is why a sword can never be mightier than a pen. Writers fought against Sati Pratha, Child abuse, Girl Child Killing, education barriers for girls, childhood marriage, slavery and other social causes and were able to stir the whole word with the power of their writing. This is all I wanted to say. What all it reflects is pen is mightier than a sword. Don't let that thought tumor spread. Stones and sticks may break my bones But words haunt my soul.