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“future letters” can be directed to a loved one (such as an infant or young ) or to our own future self. i’ll never forget the look in my teenage daughter’s eyes when she opened a time capsule bottle her second grade teacher had supervised for her students. the letter i had written ten years prior had now landed a primo spot in her treasured lockbox. in that letter, i lauded her amazing talents in music, academics and athletics, and expressed my appreciation of her inside and outside beauty. the love i conveyed to her made a deep mark on her soul, i could see, and had come at an important time in her life as a young woman. letters to our future selves are also wonderful ways to explore change and growth in our own lives.
how far have we come and where are we going? i like to address each part of my self in the letter: physical, mental and spiritual. some questions to start with might include: what is an athletic activity you’d like to explore? are there books you’ve always wanted to read? how can you deepen your with god? other more general directions might include how we want to be different, or the same, in the future. aspects of your current accomplishments and are you most proud? what is important to you today? how do you might change and how will you respond? of course, another way to slice pie is to explore your current and future selves in terms of life areas such as work, home, friends and community. either way, it’s important that we maintain our journaling focus and see the exercise to the end.