The kind of people I write these appreciative letters to, I’ve discovered, have a type. They’re the introverted type, the quiet ones that silently work their way to something great. But you, you’re the loud, outspoken person I could never see myself growing fond of, but have.
When I met you, I was skeptical of you. I usually am with people like you that are always so jolly. I can’t seen to wrap my head around the fact that I barely even know you, I can’t as much as pronounce your surname and yet the adoration I feel for you is immense. You are so good with people, so kind and warm. I have never seen you treat one person with a slightly lessened concern even when you’re in pressure situations. I know nothing of your story and of whatever little I do, makes me feel like I’d crumble like dust if as much as a quarter of it were to happen to me. You are so strong and loving.
I wish all the good in the world for you. People even slightly associated with you are extremely lucky to have you.
There are some very rare people that make better the day of every single person they interact with. That is you. The world needs people like you who are kind regardless of how un-peachy their situation is. You’ve been brought up so well, I shows. And how you stick to your values whilst managing to be your rebellious self amazes me.
Everybody loves you. Your faith in the almighty makes me smile. Your expressions, as you talk, speak to me. I feel so happy listening to you talk and I’m sure everyone else does, too. It feels like I’m breathing fresher air and my heart is pumping a little more effortlessly when I see you deal with people. It is so different than how most of us do- closed, guarded, only speaking of what is absolutely necessary. I love how you can talk and then talk some more on it. You are a breath of fresh air in the mundane sea of people I meet.
You are always your vulnerable self, not afraid of being wronged because your amazing self knows how to mend it’s own. You don’t need to do something great in life like have a breakthrough in cancer cure or a marvellous invention, really, because what you do everyday is enough greatness in its own. What you do to others lives, make it a little more liveable is what the world needs most. It is for this that I and everybody else around adores you.