When did we stop writing letters?
Technology has taken over and communication can now be made in an instant. But it’s important to remember that it hasn’t always been like this.
The letter is a simple thing. Blank paper, with your words, thoughts and opinions.
My communications are now usually constricted to 140 characters, influenced by clients or pressures from my peers, and the idea of putting pen to paper is limited to scribbled notes and to do lists.
Perhaps it’s time to return to the fully fledged letter. No more autocorrect. No more instantly erasing something that might not be agreeable. No more relying on a keyboard to do the work for us.
As with The Pilcrow, where we want to be transparent about our activities (problems and all), letters don’t let you hide.
So why not write us one ? I promise a handwritten response.