Saving the Post Office - One Letter at a Time
However, Peterson thinks what's really important is what's inside the envelope – a letter.
"What I recommend is that we all go to the post office, select some beautiful commemorative stamps, find a pen and paper, and surprise someone with a letter that is hand-carried by another human being hundreds or thousands of miles away from you," Peterson says.
" I can almost guarantee that the recipient will enjoy that day’s mail more than any other day, although I cannot be held accountable for the tone of your letter.If enough of us write letters regularly, maybe we can save the postal service."
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