So after a discussion, @gehna09 and I gather that certain issues are here at this "Writers' Paradise" as they call it, which we think need to be mended.
Basically if you are not planning to read this further,
The gist is :- writers here who do not socialize do not get worthy appreciation which might curb their will to write.
Writing apart from literature ,is also about the letting go of the burdened feelings of the so proclaimed introverts who choose not to speak but to let go of their feelings by inking it all out.
Mirakee is a great platform for them but then if you curb them here too, their hobby would gain grounds, for none of us is professional.
I read soulful writ-ups with deep feelings or rather extraordinarily amazing wit or sarcasm which is highly impressive. But just because these thoughtful souls do not socialize out here... here.. which is their only platform, we cant let their hobby gain ground.
And even if they dont ..dont u think this app offers uneven value?
My point here is born out of the fact that writers who taught me stuff about literature still are in silence of lack of appreciation.
And that is killing my conscience.
Many great writers have left this app due to this reason and
WE cant afford to lose more of them.
Apart from the cause we here suggest solutions too :-
#1 checking the Explore section
#2 reposting more than reporting
#3 suggesting writers to each other by means of the tag feature
#4 Actually reading the posts out here
#5 visiting hashtags
#6 turning post notifications on
#7 responding to tags (there is nothing cool in not doing so.. you're lucky if writers tag you personally)
Well mirakee did bring up the "Readers' Badge" for a reason.
We would appreciate if you help us promote this and tag more people and repost.
We would appreciate if you suggest us more solutions regarding this issue.
I apologise if this offends anyone by any means.
Lets make Mirakee exactly what "Writers' Paradise " means.
Consensus ad idem: (n) [Latin] Consensus means consent Ad idem means meeting in same sense Meeting of the minds (also referred to as mutual agreement, mutual assent or consensus ad idem) is a phrase in contract law used to describe the intentions of the parties forming the contract. In particular, it refers to the situation where there is a common understanding in the formation of the contract.
I have been stumbling across this phrase from Class 12. Today, a few people and their stories pushed me to write upon it. My little take on Life and Law. #lsmlawlife