Letter Writing: A spiritual practice

This week I wrote an article for Bread for the World on developing letter writing as a spiritual practice. Here is an except. You can read the whole thing here.

Have you ever considered making letter writing a spiritual practice? In this age of electronic communication through emails and texting, a letter written the old-fashioned way—by hand—can make a big difference in a person’s life and actually make your message stand out amid modern-day chatter.

Letters can comfort the grieving, embrace the lonely, uplift the discouraged, and carry love across the globe. A letter can also affect the lives of people you may not even know. Writing to your policy makers in Washington, D.C., can influence the decisions they make—decisions that affect millions of people both here at home and around the world.

via The Power of Handwritten Letters – Bread Blog.

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