Quick #Birthday #Card from #Scraps & Musings about Universal Letter Writing Week
So maybe I'm a teeny bit late to the party, but Universe, I hope you will forgive me!
We are in the midst of Universal Letter Writing Week and that helped me to remember how much communication has changed over the years.
I have always loved corresponding via letters & notes. They are fun and artistic. I had boxes of correspondence from friends when I was a kid and teenager. Nowadays I love making cards and sometimes I send them in the mail.
These were all great articles, and all very different. It got me thinking about how Universal Letter Writing Week even started and how people used to write letters as a form of protest or to advocate for human rights and justice. I have an inkling that the observance week started with a social justice bent. It is interesting to think about that and also how bloggers have taken the week and run with it. Of course, I don't have proof other than the fact that the United Nations uses the word "Universal" a lot in their documents. Perhaps this is a topic for future research.
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*I'm using the plural pronoun "them" as a gender-neutral substitute for him/her.