Health, Philosophy, Young Blazers — January 28, 2013 at 14:51

Paper Power (thank you note)

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Handwritten notes and letters unfortunately have been replaced by e-mailing & text messaging. Those mediums have contributed to the desensitizing of true heart felt sentiments. When someone has been considerate enough to do a favor, purchase a gift, support your endeavors, attend your parties, etc; a handwritten ”thank-you” note is appropriate and always in good taste. There’s still power in paper. Paper power has a way of reaching in and touching the delicate while uplifting emotions. Paper power requires more effort, thought, and is a timeless charm that conveys a high level of appreciation for a selfless act.

If your handwriting is simular to those in the medical profession, opt to print legibly, or type.

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