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A writer can create his or her own work for a variety of purposes. Some write for entertainment, some for fashion, or to make money. Some seek to amaze the reader with the intricacies of their plots, others are trying to prove something to someone, to surpass someone, or to offend someone. Is it worth in the name of such goals to smudge the paper or transfer the place in the virtual space - everyone decides for himself. But the real purpose of literature is not to satisfy one's ambitions as a writer. Whether we like it or not, both fiction and journalism always educate and contain moral overtones. You can be passionate about not wanting to teach anyone, you can even try to prove to yourself and others that no one needs a moral message in literature nowadays. But there is only one way for a writer to avoid influencing his readers: to give up writing once and for all.

A reader who wants to find in a work something to learn is bound to find something useful to him or her. But even if the reader is not going to learn anything, but is only looking for entertainment, he can't avoid the fact that sooner or later he will stumble on the best writing services, where he will get the effects of what he reads on his subconscious. Some part of it will be imprinted and corrections will be made in his life ideas. Often this happens against his will and is completely independent of either the readers' or the author's wishes.
The word affects people both in literature and in real life. For example, an old-timer in a village said to two newcomers, "They are always stealing chickens and geese here!" The newcomers immediately went and stole a chicken. Of course, they were in straitened circumstances: they had no way to buy this very chicken and thus satisfy their need for meat. But they had other food and were not starving, and most likely they would not have stolen if the old-timer had not told them that "that's the way it is here.

Another example: an upperclasswoman uttered the phrase, "At my age, it's a shame to be a virgin!" in front of a freshman. The freshman, influenced by the words of her "older friend," thought she was "old-fashioned," "behind the times," and "inexperienced." So she promptly "corrected the situation" - entered into sexual relations with the first found a boy. Carelessly thrown phrase had a significant impact on the one who heard it, turning into a directive to action, which the senior did not even think to give.

In both the first and second cases, the words were spoken one-on-one, meaning that only those directly involved in the conversation heard them. And what a writer writes in his work can affect many more people. The writer's work is published (on the Internet, or in book form) and the writer's word may be read by ten, a hundred, a thousand people, maybe more. There is no way for a writer to forget that. What meaning he puts into his work determines the attitudes of his potential readers. And to hope that the work will not harm or teach anyone anything is utterly useless.

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