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Quotations about Letters


Receiving a letter in the mail is a simple pleasure that can bring great joy and excitement to our lives. In today's world of instant communication, receiving a letter can feel like a rare and precious gift. It is a tangible expression of thoughtfulness and care, conveying a sense of connection and intimacy that is often lost in digital interactions.

There is something deeply personal and meaningful about receiving a handwritten letter, knowing that someone has taken the time and effort to craft a message just for you. The act of opening a letter, unfolding the pages, and reading the words inside can be a meditative and reflective experience, inviting us to slow down and savor the moment.

Whether it's a letter from a distant friend, a heartfelt note from a family member, or a thoughtful card from a colleague, receiving a letter can bring a smile to our face and a warmth to our heart. It is a reminder that we are not alone in the world, that others are thinking of us and care about us.

In a world where we are constantly bombarded with information and demands on our attention, receiving a letter can be a welcome respite, a moment of calm and connection in an otherwise hectic day. It is a simple pleasure that can bring great joy and meaning to our lives.

quotations about letters

"I love writing letters. It's like sending a hug in an envelope." Anon

Letter-writing is the only device for combining solitude with *good company.*ink.*your enemies.* Lord Byron (English poet, 1788-1824)

"I'm not a great letter writer, but I am a great emailer. Does that count?" Ellen DeGeneres (American comedian and actress, 1958-)

"Letter writing is the only way to send a *kiss*a cheque*a punch* through the post." Anon

"Getting a letter in the mail is like finding a $20 bill in your pants pocket. It's a nice surprise that never gets old." Anon

"The only thing better than receiving a letter is receiving a letter with a surprise check inside." Anon

Opening a letter is like opening a present, except the surprise is never *socks.*a puppy.*nice.* Anon

"Receiving a letter is like getting a glimpse into another person's world, without having to leave your own couch." Anon

"Getting a letter is the adult equivalent of finding a *golden ticket*fly*hazel nut* in a chocolate bar." Anon

"I would have answered your letter sooner, but you didn't send one." Goodman Ace (American humorist, 1899-1982)

"One of the pleasures of reading *old*my*boring* letters is the knowledge that they need no answer." Lord Byron (English poet, 1788-1824)

"Dear 338171 (May I call you 338?)." Noel Coward (English dramatist, actor, and composer, 1899-1973) using Lawrence's military number

"A man seldom puts his authentic self into a letter. He writes it to amuse a friend or to get rid of a social or business obligation, which is to say, a nuisance." H. L. Mencken (American journalist and literary critic, 1880-1956)

"I have made this [letter] longer than usual, only because I have not had the time to make it shorter." Blaise Pascal (French mathematician, physicist, and moralist, 1623-62)

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