on Letters

In the days of yore, people wrote letters.

With quill or nib, ink was put to paper—with all the panache that unique handwriting could musterknowing that one day soon, the recipient would unfold the aforementioned words and consume the thoughts with an appropriate haste. Of course, we are no longer living in yore, which means communication across a distance has, more often than not, been relegated to something ubiquitous and almost worthless: digitized and disposable, fleeting and a near folly.

So, here is my simple manual for reviving meaningful correspondence . ..


Write . ..
a letter,
because it looks

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