3 May 2009























It's Nice That Talk #3 – Michael Crowe & Lenka Clayton from It's Nice That on Vimeo.

24 comments:

  1. this is absolutely beautiful in a way that can not even be expressed...beautiful and inspiring...i want to do this....

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  2. Even though you wrote the letters to a specific group of people, when I heard about what you were doing, it somehow felt as though I too were associated with your words and sentiments – as though I too had sent the letters and that I too had received them.

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  3. Love your blog !!! what a great concept :))
    i'll be back to visit you for sure :))
    a bientot !
    Boubou xx

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  4. so great... i cannot believe you did this. keep me posted: thesweetbird.blogspot.com

    love,

    kate

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  5. Wow, this is great.
    I want a letter :(
    i never have letters.
    Never, in all my life.
    well, i supose that nobody wants my friendship, or nobody have something to say! I hope...

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  6. i wish i get a letter too... :)
    amazing

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  7. I wanna do it too!! So inspiring!

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  8. what a delightful joy to the world! thank you for sharing.

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  9. Oh, the sweet pleasures of writing and receiving letters . . .

    You've outdone Jane Austen ("she receives letters because she writes letters" in Pride and Prejudice)!

    Where are you now? If you posted your mail address I'd send you a letter . . .

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  10. SO AMAZING!!!!!!!!
    I am posting about it on my blog.xx

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  11. A lovely idea to connect with people but sad that some found it frightening. Simple human contact frightens some people today.

    Keep going and change the world with kindness!

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  12. This is amazing... Love the idea
    You could start a letter-bombardment, love-sending movement
    Just brilliant
    Where to next?
    Come to Australia

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  13. Keep on writing and sending love to the world!!
    (this goes to the linklist on my blog)

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  14. This is such a beautiful idea!

    I love letters & write a lot of them. I receive some too ;)

    The internet is great but... 4 post offices closed near me in the last year...

    People: don't forget to write letters!

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  15. I love this. I did this same kind of thing in the late 90s with world leaders, Fortune 500 CEOs and etc. I talk about it in the intro to my book, Letters to J. D. Salinger. See www.jdsalinger.com. Not trying to make a shameless plug, but this really is relevant. :)

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  16. Reading this made my day! Thank you!

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  17. Thank you, thank you. I feel like you were writing to me as well.

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  18. I personally really love this idea.

    And I wonder why there seems to be no comments here from anybody in Cushendall?

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  19. This is incredible!! It must have taken you guys forever to complete all of those letters!!!

    I would LOVE a letter...:(

    I wish more of the population would join in...Everyone could be sending out random letters of kindness with no-strings-attached & maybe actually receive one back!!!

    We need more people like you in the world, thanks for brightening my day in hopes that I may get a letter (emails DO NOT count~so impersonal) one day...

    ~will be following~

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  20. Love what you're doing! Thanks for sharing it with us :-)

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