Red's Wrap

When do you write the letter that tells someone they are making a huge mistake that will torture them in the years to come and chase them down the rabbit hole of the afterlife?

I hear you saying, well, it depends on who it is. Yes, it does. Not everyone deserves the blunt truth written in ink on paper that will last a hundred years. But why a letter, you ask? Because I want the receiver of the letter to keep it somewhere, not out on a desk or the kitchen counter, but somewhere where, when they try to remember its exact wording, the letter can be readily found, unfolded, read, and refolded dozens of times. I want it to be unfolded and refolded so many times that little tears begin at the edges from all the wear. Getting rid of the letter would require burning it or placing it…

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