Jan 11, 2013-- Finding a letter of encouragement in the mail or tucked unexpectedly in the unlikeliest of places is sometimes all we need when in doubt or feeling down on our luck. And imagine receiving this note anonymously, as if some magical force out there knew just what you needed to hear and wanted you to know that you haven't been forgotten. In the fall of 2010, in the midst of her own depression and loneliness, Hannah Brencher was inspired to become this magical force. A single letter scribbled on board a subway train would ripple out into what is now a global movement called The World Needs More Love Letters. Read more about Hannah's inspired journey. (25421 reads)
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Rainer Maria Rilke
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