A letter to the blank canvas
Dear Blank Canvas,
I know that I have been uncomfortably staring at you for the past one hour, making few unsuccessful pencil strokes that I rubbed off hurriedly, but please trust me. I will sit here letting my imagination wander, my emotions come forward and my visions come alive right in front of you and on your very soft surface. Believe in me, like you always do, and together we will create a beautiful piece of art.
A letter to my phone
Would you please voluntarily stay at home sometimes, to give me an opportunity to sit in the bus and look at the world and people? To walk and enjoy every little thing around me… To see how the time flows through the day and how free my mind feels.
A letter to the soap
You may have not realised it, but you have given so much of yourself to others. You have given a piece of you, getting smaller and smaller over weeks. I am afraid you will break. Please don’t. I need you.
A letter to the good book
Dear Good Book,
I know after our satisfyingly long conversation, I haven’t spoken to you for days, and it may seem endless for you as you sit on my desk patiently waiting until I get through my ‘to-do’ list, but I want you to know that I can’t stop thinking about your words, your ideas. You may feel that I have forgotten you, but trust me, I have been incorporating your ideas into my everyday life. I hope to catch up soon and have an insightful conversation.
A letter to the tea with no sugar
Dear Tea With No Sugar,
I just wanted to say thank you for looking after me and helping me relax every night. Thank you for bringing the flavour of sincerity into my life without sugar-coating the reality. Your warmth and hugs make my nights cosy.
A letter to my old journal entries
Dear Old Journal Entries,
You remind me to step back and look at what is important… or once was…of a person I was then, and the personal growth that I went through. You tell me to have hope that things will always be better, that I have had enough strength then, and I can do it now too. You keep bits of advice that people have given to me over time, which I may have forgotten. Thank you.
A letter to my camera
I love you.