One of the definitions given by Microsoft Encarta Dictionary for pink is the highest degree or perfect example of something as in, “The Pink of perfection.” I want to use the word pink in this context as to mean the same. I don’t want to go by the way of color.
Let us be the pink of what we blog! I mean let’s follow and act what we write. Most of the time when we write as bloggers, writers, and authors, we do it out of inspiration; for instance, it is not every time we plan what we write, most of what we put as blue or black ink on white or cream paper, or drafted as soft copy, is born out of inspiration.
In the sight of this, you need to sit down after posting and read what you think you have written. If you motivate others with your blog, are you also motivated? If you give people advice on one thing or the other, do you also follow such pieces of advice? If you intimate people on how to do something, are you sure it is not written based on theoretical knowledge? If you do, it means you need to practicalise what you have taught, though it is better you have the practical knowledge prior to posting.
We have to be the pink of what we blog. We have to be the pink of perfection on what we claim we know. You think you are writing for people, you are also writing for yourself. To capture what I am saying here, go and read one of the posts in your archive, maybe you will not doubt the writer of such post?
As bloggers, writers, and authors, let us be the epitome of knowledge not only in words, but also indeed, and as we are increasing our knowledge daily by learning from others, don’t let us forget to learn from ourselves.
You that teach others do you also teach yourself? Let’s be the pink of what we blog.
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