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  1. The greatest irony of brevity is that it is not as important if you physically write a letter to someone because the art of writing delivers far greater value than letters typed out electronically – as if suggesting that the more involved the writing process, the more gratifying it feels for the reader to consume these contents.

    That’s what life of convenience taught me among many things. 🙂

    • Tim

      I’m not particularly a fan of the form that is a letter. Aside from the handwritten aspect (which, considering my handwriting, isn’t an appeal to me), it’s an art that is very much in the vein of “this happened…and then this…and then this…”. It’s quite difficult to tell a good story with a letter. Which is precisely why I thought this would be a good exercise.

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