Sunday, October 25, 2015

Letters Of Love

Have you ever thought of making a difference here in this world with your life? Yes, I have… and it’s always my deepest desire. But there’s always a difference between dreaming and actually taking an effort and doing it. 

When we all empathize about the terrible things that’s happening round us, beautiful people like Pooja Pradeep just takes that extra step to ensure that something positive is been directed towards the affected people. And here she is doing her bit and letting others to be a part of that and making that something huge for those who receive them.

More than 50% of Syrian refugees are children. The youngest are confused and scared by their experiences, lacking the sense of safety and home they need. The older children are forced to grow up too fast, finding work and taking care of their family in desperate circumstances. They don’t even know why they have to go through all this. They don’t have anyone to comfort, say a word of encouragement or express any emotion of love and here comes Letters of Love. I came to know about this beautiful initiative from Roshan’s blog and what more reason one need to look into something a friend believes in. Letters of Love is an initiative to collect smiles and love from across the world and translate it to Arabic and send to the little ones in Syria. 

 Pooja with the postcards :)

The idea is to deliver all these post cards via the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to the children across various refugee camps by NEW YEAR 2015. So you just have to search for that happiest picture of yours, write and write a happy positive note with loads of love and inbox it to Letters of Love. And they’ll convert it to postcard with a handwritten note by mid-December.

The images could be anything positive -
  •         Your best smile
  •         Blowing a kiss
  •         You and your friends
  •         You with your pets
  •         You holding flowers
  •         Words - cheery and feel good in tone, ideally, rather than taking on a sympathetic voice.

Things to avoid –
  •         Selfies (they may get cropped while converting into post card format)
  •       Images with food or materialistic goods (it may hit a raw nerve for a child who has lost everything)
  •         Obscene gestures. 

Christmas is always the season of celebrations and hope. Let’s celebrate this December by letting the love and hope and warmth spread across borders to those who need them the most.

Hope you’ll join in too. 


  1. That's a wonderful and a beautiful initiative. Thanks for sharing it and being a part of it too. I will do my bit too!

  2. Great initiative! I believe we can all do something - each and one of us - and to help kids is just amazing! The best:-)

  3. Beautiful initiative! Hope all of us can do our bits for it

  4. Thanks for being a part of it! I am in it too :)

  5. Beautiful..!! And I have just sent mine.. haven't blogged about it yet..!
    Cheers to you :)

  6. Thats a grt way to show love...!! :-)