|CEO @lettrs @painlyofficial The quality and care dimensions on the lettrs network can inspire even the most cynical person. Go lettrs! Go sane. Dad.|
Its been a while since I wrote to you.
This is a letter of utmost respect and gratitude once again to you and entire team of lettrs. I'll tell you why.
Lettrs has always embraced me with open arms. Love and affection that I got in this platform is beyond my ability to express it in words.
It's been more than three years since I'm part of this community and I love every bit of it.
For many reasons, it changed my life. I used lettrs as a medium not only to let things out. But to improve myself from time to time in various aspects. Learning from experiences of other writers, artists, lettrists who post here, is so helpful and at times motivational. Lettrs helped to shape my life...
Dear Android Members of lettrs,
I apologize for the extended issues on resolving the Android app. We are aware of it and know that all your letters are safe and will be restored as soon as possible.
Thanks for your understanding!
Dear friends of lettrs,
We experienced some technical difficulties in the last 24 hours with a very large surge in letter writing. My apologies! For our iOS members the scale matter has been resolved and we are close to completing a fix for Android.
These problems sometimes occur with technology but know that your letters mean so much to us, and to the world. We are committed to the preservation of lettrs, forever.
Did you know letters have now been published in 80 languages and 93 countries? We are on a mission and that mission is to make messages that actually matter.
Thanks for understanding!
I believe that what gives us texture, the lines of experience and the depths of character, is not any singular success but the sequence of a thousand necessary failures.
We are enriched by striving more than by winning.
As winter whispers to us from around the corner, we wait for the cold starry nights that make us feel warmer in their majesty and mystery. How happy is he who finds warmth in his heart on the coldest of winter nights.
Dear Drew Bartkiewicz,
I wrote a review and rated 5 stars since I really love and enjoy this app :)!
Dear Drew Bartkiewicz Sir,
It's been so long. And each time when I write, I get reminded of this beautiful world of Lettrs. The positivity and enthusiasm we have here is just amazing.
Lettrs is a special place for me.
I formed a community called Vorfreude Community - An international community of creative people.
Looking forward to a collaboration with Lettrs. Can we have a discussion based on this? And what's the right time to contact you for the same?
This is kind of a thanking letter and it also includes something I wrote recently. I don't know where else would I be letting my words, my feelings out,if I had not found Lettrs, for i don't have that kinda support from my family. So I just wanted to thank you for creating such a beautiful app because for people like me, this is the only escape. Thank you for giving us a chance to connect with some of the rarest talents across the globe. Here's a pizza 🍕and here's what I wrote, do tell me how it is. :)
To the guy who reads beside me,
I think I know every single one of your favorite books by now.
I know t...
I am taking time to reflect, rebuild and rebound every day I can.
And that endeavor is always the domain of the letter.
In my view, what provides the real energy of a true entrepreneur is the unshakable quest to have an impact on others more than to achieve their own success.
Be indelible, to someone.
In lettrs, CEO
Dear friends on the blue planet of lettrs,
We recently experienced a signature bug on the new version of iOS 12. As such, my sincere apologies for the delay in being able to sign your letters on iOS. We have released a new version and we thank you for your patience, and care, for this beautiful and unusual network.
You all make lettrs what it is!
Love is what happens when all the colors of the world seems so much brighter.
I recently saw the thank you prompt provided by our wonderful Lettrs Staff. An uplifting suggestion and one which I felt able to join in with. It also seems the perfect opportunity to express my enormous thanks to those of you who've participated in my #SkylarkChallenge since it's conception.
You'd might be surprised to learn though, that I have put this off for several days as the idea of giving thanks fills me with slight trepidation. Why?, because there are so, so many of you! That's why. It's therefore an impossible task to name everyone. But there are some individuals who come to mind because their participation stands out. But before proc...
The biggest mistake is being too afraid to ever make one.
Always take the chance, to win or lose, fly or fall, for that’s where we learn who we really are.
Today in America we remember the fragility of freedom and the essential endeavor of liberty. For the many citizens of other nations you are indelibly a part of the American tapestry and our nation’s collective will to never, ever forget.
My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving because the daylong present is just being present.
And what better way to spend the day?
The vast open space in our lives, between the known and the unknown, is a widening canyon of faith and imagination, mystery and intrigue, that draws us ever closer to the perilous cliffs...to find meaning someone down there.
Dear Drew and the Lettrs Team,
Thank you for creating Painly. I’ve read hundreds of letters, here, about depression, suicide, addictions and many other painful experiences and situations.
It is heartbreaking to read a letter about a young girl or boy who’s depressed, lost, isolated, and feeling despair.
I recently read a letter where a person wrote that at some point in their life they will kill themselves. How do you respond to that? How does the Lettrs team cope to those cries for help? How do you cope?
It can’t be easy, but it hasn’t gone unnoticed because you created Painly. I’m a survivor of depression and suicide, and the despair it can cause, but I found help.
It was many yea...
I think the belief in one’s self takes half of a lifetime to learn,
and the other half to actually do something worthwhile with it.
The accelerator of it all is faith.
Dear lettrs Friends,
We have completed an updated version of lettrs iOS that should resolve your iPad concerns. We are also working on an updated Android version given the many new devices. Also you may go into your personal settings at any time to adjust your minimum writing time down to a minute if you wish.
Thanks for your feedback and patience as always! Keep writing to us...
When we walk deep into the woods, alone with our thoughts, do we ever know which snow ❄️ flake was meant for us?
Love is what saves us when nothing else seems to work.
No pain, no gain!
Thanks for the over 100,000 letters about pain, depression and addiction that led to the development of the new Painly app on iOS and soon Android.
We were listening.
Yours in lettrs,
CEO lettrs Labs
Thank you so much for taking time out from your busy schedule and appreciating my writing.
Also Thank you for creating such a wonderful app where people like me ,who though tucked away in a little corner in the Himalayas ,can still connect with the world which otherwise would not have been possible.
I don’t think we can ever fully race into our future until we have taken one step back to gather the full weight, love and memories of those who were running with us before.
Thank you for becoming my first pen-pal, and taking the time to read one of my lettrs.
I am sorry to read about your loss ,
But happy you are in a better state of mind now days. I know sometimes it can be extremely hard to recover.
I was gone for a little while, and I am sorry.
I needed to find my thoughts again after saying goodbye to my dog and best friend, Shane, of almost 13 years. He was a part of lettrs, because he was a part of my life’s lasting experiences, showing kindness and loyalty when I needed it most.
Animals like Shane can make us better people by simply inviting us to be always present, here and now, content with the moments of togetherness.
So I lost my beloved Shane - but he is now a forever memory, and carrier of the message, no the mandate, to live a life where the present is truly part of every day.