A Good Writing is
Diligence, frugality, and honesty are the virtues that are considered the most basic and important in human life. The problem is that these can be only imaginary and ideal concepts to some people, while they can be literally the precious virtues that help others to keep and raise themselves. The criterion is whether or not diligence, frugality and honesty are alive in their acts in life.
Similarly, good writings or words can be observed in the same context. The feelings or thoughts that a certain writing simply seems great, plausible, or beautiful do not give us correct judgments on whether is good or bad. The judgments must be based on whether or not the writing can be confirmed in reality and whether or not the consideration, understanding and practices of the writing can change us for the better.
The writing, ‘Be on the alert.’ is not for the other people, but for me myself. It is like a whip to me. Therefore, it can be a good writing to me, but I am not sure that it can also be good to the other people who read.