In today’s technologically advanced society, old fashioned things like a handwritten note or a carefully selected card are rarely experienced. I recently saw a statistic that said the typical American household will go two months before a personal letter shows up in the mailbox.
Being on the receiving end of a personal card or letter makes you feel loved and cared for. It’s nice to know someone slowed down enough to write you a note and put it in the mailbox.
Today’s motivation challenge is to write someone a handwritten note. Do you know someone fighting cancer? Someone who’s lost their job? A friend or family member dealing with a wayward child? A single mom doing her very best? Someone who’s been a blessing to you and needs to know?
Let’s take 15 minutes today and write someone a personal note. It will make a difference in their life.
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To me that is one of my greatest treasures—a hand written note!! I taught 3 year old pre-school for 13 years–I tried to send my “babies” notes on holidays and I would always tell them to write letters when they grew up!! Thank you for the reminder–I am going to write a few notes right now!!! Blessings, Barb
I agree, Barb!