Dear friends of lettrs,
You have all been so patient as we experience our growing pains. Thank you for that.
I am glad to say that we will be seeing a big improvement in speed, performance and bug reduction over the next week. Please know that I care about every letter and every person who takes time to write. Give us this next 10 days to make lettrs the best it has ever been. I hope we will please you!
Yours, signed, in thanks,
Dear Drew Bartkiewicz,
Thank you for this app and adding me as a pen pal. For years I struggled to get sober from alcohol and was able to make recovery work by follows a simple program. Part of that program included writing again, a passion of mine from when I was young. I'm 38 now, writing under this pseudonym and have published a book of poetry, available on Amazon, which chronicles the early days of failed sobriety and relapse and finally recovery. It is my hope that this app will assist me in reaching more people to help them find their voices and recovery from their addictions.
Jon Lupin, the poetry bandit
Dear Drew Bartkiewicz,
I'm so glad you liked my last letter. I have been waiting since forever, to get a like from you.
I'd say I'm glad you brought this app to life, but that is something you probably get to hear a lot.
No. I'll tell you what. This app is akin to a lifesource.
Being an introvert, I like being h
idden behind the shades of anonymity. I've been here since the beginning when the app just started. It was like destiny(in which I believe a lot, by the way)
I'm so glad that this app was brought into conception. This is where I began writing.
And I hope to go a long way.
You did mankind a huge favor.
Dear Drew Bartkiewicz,
Hey There Mr. CEO,
Hi Im Lil Eve.. I Jus Wana Say Ur Uh Very Smart Man To Come Up Wit Dis App.. Being Able To Express Urself Freely Is Wonderful, Reading And Meeting People From Different Parts Of Da Globe Is Exciting.. Then You Really Get Uh Sence Of How It Is Where Every Tht Persons From..
And For Sum Dey Dnt Have Much Communication Wit Others To B Able To Let Things Out Or Jus To Talk.. So Dis Is Where Its At, Dey Can Come Here And Vent, Express, And Get To Kno Others.. Wouldnt Ask For Nothing More... But mayb 1 Lil Thing.. To Be Able To Pick Our Own Fonts, Paper Color And Stickers Mayb.. 😁
Well I Do Appreciate You Taken Da Time To Read One Of My L...
Uncertain are the roads of our journey
Leaving behind the love that is yet to be curtailed.
The pain wrenching inside the heart still buries forlorn hope,
Reminiscing our togetherness in a fleeting glimpse!
So let the time decide,
If you are to be mine.
Till then let these eyes shed tears,
Believing in the misery of your lies.
- N. B
I miss people who take time to write about things that matter the most.
I miss penpals who fell into the trap of snap.
I miss a respect for books.
I miss the joy of a quiet mind, untouched by a barrage of tiny trash talk. I miss...meaning.
Greetings from this side of the Atlantic. I hope this letter finds you well, as it will travel many virtual miles to reach you.
I come back to the US tomorrow refreshed and eager to see what we can make of the lettrs company, and all innovations that can entail.
Thanks for providing the air cover I know it will take to reach the stars with the lettrs company. I am glad to have come to know you.
Yours, signed as an original,
Thank you for giving me (and all) a platform to express myself. Nothing could be more beautiful than going through the lettrs soaked with emotions. It makes me love, laugh, cry all at one go. Wish to convey my regards for being such a wonderful human being.
When I returned to the US I was greeted by several men of letters, all of whom told me to "keep going."
We write for the next generation as much for our own. Be indelible,
Dear lettrs penpals,
my dear friends & (LettrsTeam)
This letter is to you,
And the letter stamp wants to tell you something,
To "one"& to all
Happy Friendship Day"
The day when we all look for, to
thank the one, who is being the best person in every aspect of life,
the one who sees with us, the most Darkest to bright shadows of life, the one who stands with us like a strong pillar and make us to
feel like there is someone with me who will look for me, who will care
for me and love for me, the one
who makes us happy and joy, in
the company of that one, a person
can never feel alone as it will make us special and also cherish us Everytime, so the one name is
enough for us to say it l...
Should everyone have a certified autographs capability?
As you know we are beginning to invite some public figures in the world on to our lettrs network to sell certified autographs for charitable causes. I am not sure you know it but we successfully patented the certified digital signature that uses the biometric match of the phone owner at the time of signature.
We have reserved this verified status for people with a verified Twitter handle for people who qualify by having requested a charitable social campaign.
But what do you think? If this were a network run by you would you open up the verified signature transactions to (the autograph) to anyone with a mobile devic...
You probably noticed a new collection of paper named "Galaxy" that is dedicated to all persons who explore the worlds beyond ours.
The letters that will be written on this collection shall inspire a different exploration - of our better selves and our natural disposition to try and understand the mystery of the human condition...a Galaxy in itself.
Thanks to the many gatekeepers who are persistently writing the letters of the next generation, of messages meant to last into space itself.
When I read the many letters of expression from across the world I am reminded of a restful mind on a hot summer day - where two heads of common hopes can rest upon one another. We are in this network together, an
Taking time to write. Thanks to everyone who shares letters of the next generation.
Welcome new lettrs users,
As The Head Lettrist of lettrs I wish you a warm welcome. Like hot coffee in the morning, you'll find that lettrs is the investment you make when you want a moment for yourself.
The thing about words is that they reward you even when you don't realize it. Someone else reads the letter you wrote and it inspires them to reach for more, or your words on the page become therapy lifting a large burden off your shoulders.
Be indelible. Write lettrs.
-the head lettrist
If we think about life without the abundance of words then we are unable to understand and describe the abundance of life.
And what a shame that would be...
Often I have wondered about the meaning of "Lettrs" about the meaning of being "Indelible". After a constant use of the "Lettrs" application, of sharing emotions, ideas and thoughts, I discover that: "Lettrs" says the words that the lips don't dare and with the writing; cultures, countries, traditions, all them have the same value by to give a magical sense to the words.
Across the writing we find those words: which encourage; which ask; which intrigue; which discover. "Lettrs" is impregnated with emotions, with light, with colors and aromas, and why not, also of forgetfulness and of life. The words in "Lettrs" are similar to a Phoenix's bird, which flies with burning wings.
In "Lettrs" ...
The lettrs penpal network has now reached over 22 million different connections, like a wave that rolls right over you. Do find time to reach out to a penpal this week. That deeper connection is just around the corner.
Thanks for all the energy and expression over the years.
I read the book called "The Shallows" by Nicholas Carr and wondered if we can ever escape the shallows of social media again. Mr Carr predicted the governance of feelings, minds, emotions and even cultures through a cacophony of never ending disposable tweets and chats, inviting us all to perpetual reflex as a replacement for reflection. He suggested we would write less, but also think less, at the same time - and he predicted the shallows 5 years ago.
Our daily mental routine of 2017 sees a faster, shorter and infinite supply of the tedious and the superfluous. The sensational has replaced the substantial. Perhaps it's up to us, alone and even lonely, where the quiet mind must force i...