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50 QUOTES ABOUT WRITING LETTERS FOR ALL WRITERS

Looking for quotes about letter writing? We have rounded up the best collection of quotes about writing letters, sayings, proverbs, captions, (including images and pictures) which you will realte to if you love writing letters.

In these days of emails and high-tech communication hand-written letters seem to be a lost art. But handwritten letters are the best and it adds a special touch to your memories.

QUOTES ABOUT WRITING LETTERS

  1. “Handwritten love letters will never go out of style.”
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  2. “More than kisses letters mingle souls.” ― John Donne

  3. “Never write a letter while you are angry.” ― Chinese Proverb

  4. “To write is human, to receive a letter: Devine!” ― Susan Lendroth
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  5. “Men who write love letters don’t live in this century.” ― Rita Rudner

  6. “Letters are expectation packaged in an envelope.” ― Shana Alexander

  7. “The talent of writing agreeable letters is peculiarly female.” ― Henry Tilney

  8. “Why writing letters for you, when they have to fall in the bonfire.” ― Priyanshi

  9. “Always write angry letters to your enemies. Never mail them.” ― James Fallows

  10. “Writing isn’t letters on papers. It’s communication. It’s memory.” ― Isaac Marion

  11. “I didn’t have time to write a short letter, so I wrote a long one instead.” ― Mark Twain

  12. “Letter writing is the only device for combining solitude with good company.” ― Lord Byron

  13. “I keep all of my letters, postcards, and thank you notes. I’ll keep them forever!” ― Jane Levy

  14. “The one good thing about not seeing you is that I can write you letters.” ― Svetlana Alliluyeva

  15. “Behold me going to write you as handsome a letter as I can. Wish me good luck.” ― Jane Austen

  16. “A woman’s best love letters are always written to the man she is betraying.” ― Lawrence Durrell

  17. “What a lot we lost when we stopped writing letters. You can’t reread a phone call.” ― Liz Carpenter

  18. “I’m pretty sure people are going to start writing letters again once the email fad passes.” ― Willie Geist

  19. “Letter-writing on the part of a busy man or woman is the quintessence of generosity.” ― Agnes Repplier

  20. “Letters are something from you. It’s a different kind of intention than writing an e-mail.” ― Keanu Reeves

  21. “I am a little pencil in the hand of a writing God who is sending a love letter to the world.” ― Mother Teresa

  22. “Hated writing letters, but somehow ended up losing myself in spelling out your name in all my letters.” ― SB

  23. “To send a letter is a good way to go somewhere without moving anything but your heart.” ― Phyllis Theroux

  24. “I have received no more than one or two letters in my life that were worth the postage.” ― Henry David Thoreau

  25. “A letter is the most basic—yet the most flexible—mode of correspondence, regardless of its subject matter.” ― Scribendi

  26. “Letters are among the most significant memorial a person can leave behind them.” ― Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  27. “My most cherished possessions are my grandma’s letters and my vintage Martha Washington cookbook.” ― Sandra Lee

  28. “To acknowledge the receipt of letters is always proper, to remove doubts of their miscarriage.” ― George Washington

  29. “There must be millions of people all over the world who never get any love letters… I could be their leader.” ― Charlie Brown

  30. “A letter always seemed to me like immortality because it is the mind alone without corporeal friend.” ― Emily Dickinson

  31. “Letter writing is an excellent way of slowing down this lunatic helterskelter universe long enough to gather one’s thoughts.” ― Nick Bantock

  32. “In an age like ours, which is not given to letter-writing, we forget what an important part it used to play in people’s lives.” ― Anatole Broyard

  33. “Or don’t you like to write letters? I do because it’s such a swell way to keep from working and yet feel you’ve done something.” ― Ernest Hemingway

  34. “I consider it a good rule for letter-writing to leave unmentioned what the recipient already knows, and instead tell him something new.” ― Sigmund Freud

  35. “I like writing letters and receiving letters. It’s a shame that we’ve lost the art of letter-writing and saving correspondence. I mourn that.” ― Elizabeth McGovern

  36. “You have a touch in letter writing that is beyond me. Something unexpected, like coming round a corner in a rose garden and finding it still daylight.” ― Virginia Woolf

  37. “It’s funny” in this era of e-mail and voice mail and all those things that even I did not grow up with, a plain old paper letter takes an amazing intimacy.” ― Elizabeth Kostova

  38. “Letter writing is a habit that allows us to explore new trails all our lives. Each day is a fresh new adventure when we regularly send and receive letters.” ― Alexandra Stoddard

  39. “I have now attained the true art of letter-writing, which we are always told, is to express on paper exactly what one would say to the same person by word of mouth.” ― Jane Austen

  40. “I love the rebelliousness of snail mail, and I love anything that can arrive with a postage stamp. There’s something about that person’s breath and hands on the letter.” ― Diane Lane

  41. “Yes, letter writing is antiquated – though there remain a few renegades who still so treasure the luxury of contemplating their lives in letters that they would rather write than call.” ― Joan Frank

  42. “The best time to frame an answer to
    the letters of a friend is the moment you receive them. Then the warmth of friendship and the intelligence received, most forcibly cooperate.” ― William Shenstone

  43. “To me, reading through old letters and journals is like treasure hunting. Somewhere in those faded, handwritten lines there is a story that has been packed away in a dusty old box for years.” ― Sara Sheridan

  44. “How wonderful it is to be able to write someone a letter! To feel like conveying your thoughts to a person, to sit at your desk and pick up a pen, to put your thoughts into words like this is truly marvelous.” ― Haruki Murakami

  45. “I love handwritten letters. The way the words get jumbled up when the writer’s excited. The way the words get neat when the writer is trying not to make a mistake. The way the words get pretty because the writer’s in love. I love handwritten letters.”

  46. “I think I became a writer because I used to write letters to my friends, and I used to love writing them. I loved the idea that you can put marks on a page and send it off, and two days later, someone laughs somewhere else in the world.” ― David Nicholls

  47. “Sending a handwritten letter is becoming such an anomaly. It’s disappearing. My mom is the only one who still writes me letters. And there’s something visceral about opening a letter – I see her on the page. I see her in her handwriting.” ― Steve Carell

  48. “Lobbying, protesting, letter-writing, American media, civil disobedience, and preaching pacifism ad nauseum, along with education is the most effective way to enlighten the masses. Welfare concessions/campaigns, are counterproductive and simply ineffective in this day and age.” ― Gary Yourofsky

  49. “In a man’s letters you know, Madam, his soul lies naked, his letters are only the mirror of his breast, whatever passes within him is shown undisguised in its natural process. Nothing is inverted, nothing distorted, you see systems in their elements, you discover actions in their motives.” ― Samuel Johnson

  50. “I grew up writing thank-you notes. Real, honest-to-goodness, pen-and-ink, stamped and posted letters. More than simple habit, it’s about what the commitment to expressing your thoughts and feelings in writing says about the character of the writer. About the joy, such notes bring to the reader.” ― Taylor Mali

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