When was the last time you wrote a letter?
Not an email; not a text message.
When was the last time you wrote an address onto an envelope, and sent it to someone through the mail?
It’s probably been a while.
Heck, there’s a decent chance you don’t even know the mailing addresses for some of the people you might want to send a letter to. You might not even have paper and envelopes on hand to write and send a letter.
Why not change that today?
Technology is amazing. I love that I can instantly talk to anyone in the world in high quality video whenever I want. I love that I can send someone a message that they’ll get on the other side of the planet mere milliseconds after I sent it.
That is so cool.
But there’s something about the physical — there’s something about the tangibility of that which was hand-written with love, which you can hold in your hand, and keep as a reminder.
It’s a meaning-multiplier.
So, why not write someone you care about a letter today?