Deep down, I think everyone longs to find out what's beyond the confines of their own culture—the huge world at large.
🇺🇸 United States
The act of correspondence where you share a bit about yourself can make you feel a smidge vulnerable at first, but if you give it some time, it will pay off.
João C. J.
We talked to each other about everything, about our problems, our dreams, our day... everything, every day.
I'm no longer afraid of being rejected by people because I know there will always be someone who will accept me for who I am, no matter how bad my flaws and imperfections might be.
By simply letting our personalities flow through our letters, we were able to convey to others who we are despite the distance.
Shiraz303 & biedronkissa
🇮🇱 Israel & 🇵🇱 Poland
It all started 2.5 years ago, on an autumn night, and grew into an amazing friendship.
For the majority of my life, I felt isolated. I felt estranged from my peers at school and I even felt estranged from my family.
My friends and teachers call me an alien, because I like to do some crazy and weird things in school.
They listen to me vent, they reassure me and I know that eventually everything will be okay.
🇬🇧 United Kingdom
Some people are fleeting, and others have stayed for years. In all of this, I've learned the value of friendship and the true value of human connection, physical or otherwise.
"There Are No Strangers Here; Only Friends You Haven't Yet Met." is such an exact quote for SLOWLY~
Even though our cultural backgrounds and lifestyles were completely different, we were deeply connected.
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