Hannah Brencher: More Love Letters

First off, you’re human. That’s it. You’re human. You’re not super human. You’re not subhuman. You’re just plain human. You make mistakes. You don’t scale walls. You have ghosts that no one knows about. You get too much sun. You hurt people without ever intending to. You talk too much. You laugh too little. You get your heart ripped out of your chest. Some days the only language you can endure is tears and you’re like, “I’M SO FLUENTTT IN TEARSSSS. WHATTT ISSSS WRONNGGG WITHHH MEEE???” Like I said, you’re human. Go with it.

Hannah Brencher, everyone. She is one of my favorite people to follow in the blog world. She is the founder of moreloveletters.com. Her mind is amazing and everything she writes is so spot on. I personally find her an inspiration and would love for you to check out her blog!

I want to start sharing some of the websites that I find to be an inspiration and daily reads for me.  So this week, I am starting with MML (More Love Letters).
The world doesn’t need another website. It doesn’t need another app or a network.
What it needs is really basic. Simple. Bare-boned.& often forgotten in the race to get followers, likes & status.
LOVE. Pure, old-fashioned, never goes out of style Love. Ridiculous, oozing, cannot pack this thang into 140-characters kind of love. Fearless, bold, unstoppable love.
The world needs more love letters. It is that simple. We need connections and people and love. We need to step away from the negative comments and the over-technological world.
This website is the home base for love letters sent to strangers. The whole idea is that you write a letter and leave it (addressed to "whoever") in a public place. Then a stranger will find it, read it, and realize that they are beautiful and wonderful and loved. Ta-da! That's it. So simple and yet so many people overlook the idea. I personally love it!
I think that you should go check it out for yourself! And check out their instagram, too!

Here's to writing love letters to strangers!

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