SITTING BY THE MAILBOX TO RETRIEVE THE LETTER   6 comments

Back in my college days, it was a pretty common sight to see a classmate sitting by the mailbox hoping the mailman (sic) would allow her to retrieve the letter she wrote in haste and regretted sending. Today there’s an even greater danger of doing something in haste that will be regretted later. That’s what I thought of as I decided to enter the following on my Facebook page. 4giveletGrow.

“WAIT! Don’t take action when you are in the midst of shock and pain over the wrong you have suffered. One of our forgiveness class members pointed out yesterday that e-mail heightens the danger; it’s so easy to press “send.” Wait! Process and wait!”

Posted November 16, 2013 by Mona Gustafson Affinito in Uncategorized

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6 responses to “SITTING BY THE MAILBOX TO RETRIEVE THE LETTER

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  1. Just one more observation that gives rise to thoughts about what we have left behind. The art and commitment of letter writing once offered us the time and thought to compose our responses and carefully consider what we wished to convey, Urgency and resolution are not one in the same.

  2. Ha. So true

  3. Thanks. Glad you are there.

  4. Oh my goodness! Incredible article dude! Many thanks, However I am experiencing troubles with your RSS.

    I don’t know why I am unable to join it. Is there anybody else getting similzr RSS issues?
    Anyone who knows the answer will you kindly respond?
    Thanks!!

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