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Uninterrupted thought

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Listening to the radio today I heard a letter described as uninterrupted thought. I felt that this was a beautiful and apt description, and then began to mourn the death of the letter. It is very rare for me to put pen to paper craft a note , put it in an envelope , purchase a stamp and walk to the postbox. Just writing it down to describe it to you sounds long winded. But I remember how lovely it was to receive a letter, to know that someone went to that trouble for me.

But then I snapped out of it, because blogging is the new letter writing, it is the new form of uninterrupted thought that is delivered to anyone who cares to read it rather than just one individual.

Whats new, evolved and even better in your life?

Let me know and if you have been sharing uninterrupted thought in the shape of a blog, send me a link so I can share in your thinking.

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2 thoughts on “Uninterrupted thought

  1. I have a blog, tramwayavenue.wordpress.com; BUT I would support the argument that having something fall through the letterbox for you alone is more heartfelt than a blog or e-letter.
    Of course an e-letter can be stored without taking up space, a blog can be edited and re-edited, and reach a million readers.
    Ooo the pros and cons! Lol

  2. Your blog is fabulous – you say that a posted letter is more heartfelt, that encourages me to definitely to send more of them πŸ™‚

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