A Lesson for Writers

There’s a lesson to be learned when writing for public consumption. Once it is learned, the task becomes less burdensome, and the writer can perform at a much higher level.

The lesson is simply this: Sympathy for all readers, no matter how careful you are with the tools of the craft, will never be the antidote that cures the rage of those readers. If not even the Word of God succeeds in this, what would lead anyone putting a pen to paper to think it would be any different?