My Pen’s Code of Conduct


Although blogging is just free style writing, but still my pen follows a code of conduct. I believe there should be discipline in way for life, so blogging. Discipline is the key to success; it defines your code of conduct. Here is the code of conduct of pen.

It avoids using superlatives, especially the word ‘GREATEST’ for any person or personality but Almighty Allah. Only He in this universe worth defined as GREATEST.

It gives credit only where it is due.

It writes what my heart feels, not what is appealing to others.

It always writes in way to educate; sometime about things, sometimes happenings and sometime experiences.

In writing, it includes those who I truly care for.

It avoids conspiracies.

It controls it pace to be rude or sometimes brutal.

It cares for others’ feeling, freedom and sentiments.

It resects others’ words, feelings, religions, views and standpoints.

It appreciates critics.

It writes to motivate not for money.

It uses ALWAYS and NEVER with delicate care.

And,

It loves to carve on its readers’ mind.

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About wasiddiqui

Wajeeha Asrar Siddiqui is a Karachi based freelance writer and blogger and has main aim to spread awareness via Wajeeha’s Official Blog. (http:wasiddiqui.com) Wajeeha is writing on her blog since 2008. Her aim is to promote education along with awareness in Pakistani society. According to her, one of the main reasons for what Pakistan is lacking behind is lack of proper education, proper counseling, and proper implementation of education. She mostly picked topics on social issues and daily life with a little mixture of some random thoughts.

Posted on April 17, 2011, in Reading, View Point and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. A good post indeed.

  2. Remarkable tips! I have been browsing for some thing such as this for a while these days. Many thanks!

  3. Very well written. Keep it up!

  4. Great writing ethics. Keep it up!

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