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We plan an entire conversation in our head, with eloquent lines and poetic pauses, with probable responses and expected reactions. This was the beauty of writing and nothing can replace those beautiful words engraved with emotions of the heart. The digital world no doubt has made everything so simpler than ever before but with the culture of handwriting getting lost we are surely losing a lot of things.
The present generation may blabber a lot about texting. They always have expressed their emotion through the emojis and Hinglish words and short forms but they truly have missed the power of handwritten words.
If they think the culture of handwriting and texting is similar. There exists a hugeeeee difference in both. Have a look at them:
Writing V/s Texting

Undoubtedly texting is an instant process with the autocorrect feature making things easier to convey our message.

Texting gives us the option of emoji’s but when every letter is engraved in a similar fashion it does not carry the weight a handwritten message carried with it.

We hardly think before writing a text message but every word of the handwritten message conveyed some emotion written after a deep thought.

When you are sending so much to everyone that surely has less significance.

I wish I could also write those beautiful letters again. Can I wish that the culture of handwritten (love letters) come back?

I really wish so….

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Author- Neha Wadhwa
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