Unexpected letter in the mailbox

There are days, when..

You don’t expect a mail at all.. and then the one comes. Over the last year and a half of writing and exchanging letters as part of #ELW initiative..

I’ve noticed interesting skill, ability and also a habit of replying to the sender. I can feel the flow of words almost immediately, right after reading the letter. Not always, but most of the time, the words of reply are flowing through the space of time to end up on a piece of paper..

Some letters are deeper than the other ones and that’s why more time is required, to reply properly, honestly with integrity.

Writing and handwriting is a great skill, which teaches you about connection to your own feelings, almost touching the words of spirit on the paper..

Great writers around the world can share the same quality and ability of putting the words from above on paper, a keyboard or even an e-book.

What is it, that makes you feel the urge to write..

a poem,Β a novel, a script or

a letter..

What moves you the way you want to go, that you feel destined for

What is it ? Can you describe for yourself or share with me below..

I’m curious..

In the case of writing, my answer to the question above is: curiosity about the next message or letter, which didn’t arrived yet.

I have no idea what kind of flower is on the photo above, it might be lotus or water lilly or even a poppy seed.

This photo was taken 20 years ago on Ektachrome film, and posted to me.. which is amazing..

Thank you!

Warm regards,

Swav @ Paintings by Swav



14 thoughts on “Unexpected letter in the mailbox

    1. Thanks for your comment. It never occurred to me something i wrote in September 2015 would be read in March 2016!! And, not only that, but be worthy of a comment from a reader to boot!! Thanks for stopping by!

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    1. Sorry for late comment.. I would say, ideas are already in place for everyone with the sense of intuition or quietness inside the mind.. calmness is on the photo πŸ™‚ Thanks for comment..

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    1. I’ve heard of initiative about writing short notes, such as: I love you or Thank you.. on small piece of paper and then locating them around for others and strangers.. to change the perspective of the day πŸ™‚ Cheers

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