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Love Letters: Communing with My Future Self (Through Time and Space)

We found it profoundly meaningful to compose a love letter to a future version of oneself.

A Love Letter: From Me, Today, to Me in Ten Years


Dear Future Me,


I pen this letter to you today, at a juncture that feels so distant, yet, through the marvel of interdimensional communication, is within arm's reach. I sit here amidst the mundanity of existence, writing to you—you, who exist in the future, you, the advanced version of me, you, who have answers to questions that currently swirl in my mind.

As I craft this letter, I'm filled with curiosity and hope. Curiosity about what you've become and hope for what I might become. I wonder how life has shaped you, the experiences you've had, the people you've met, the places you've visited, and above all, how you love and are loved.

At this moment, my world is small, confined to what I know and understand. But I know it will be larger for you. You will know things I still must learn, see places I have yet to discover, and love people I have yet to meet. This thought imbues me with a mix of awe and anticipation.

Love, that's a subject that consumes me. Today, my love is a wild river, sometimes gentle and tranquil, sometimes boisterous and unpredictable. I wonder what your love is like. Has it become a calm stream, flowing steadily, or does it still rage wild?

I hope that you still love and are loved, in a way that best suits you. Love can appear in so many forms: romantic love, familial love, friendship, self-love. I hope that all these kinds of love are present in your life.

The love I feel for myself today is a delicate seedling, requiring careful nurturing. It's a love comprised of acceptance and compassion, understanding and patience. I hope that you have continued to cultivate and nourish this self-love, and that it has grown into a strong, stable tree providing you shelter and comfort.

I also hope that you've retained your capacity for empathy. Compassion is a form of love often overlooked, but it's vital. It allows us to empathize with others, to share in their joys and sorrows, and it strengthens our connections to them. Without compassion, the world would be a much colder place.

I wonder how love has shaped your life. Has it made you stronger? Has it wounded you? Has it taught you to let go and move on? Or has it shown you that it's okay to fight for what matters to you? I hope that, regardless of the experiences you've had, you still believe in the power and beauty of love. I hope you still love with all the passion and devotion I feel today.

My Future Self, I write this letter with a blend of uncertainty and hope. Uncertainty, because I can't foresee the future, and hope because I believe you will make the best of it.

In ten years, I hope you read this letter with a smile on your lips. I hope you read it and recall me, recall us, in this moment, and feel a surge of nostalgia, tinged with a touch of pride. Pride in who you've become and the journey you've embarked upon.

I hope that you still love—wild and free, with an open heart and open mind. I hope that love continues to be an essential part of your life, whether in the form of a romantic relationship, deep friendship, strong familial bond, or love for yourself.

I hope that you're able to give and receive love in a way that fulfills you and helps you grow. I hope you never take love for granted but always cherish and nurture it, just as I do today.

And finally, I hope you still believe in the power of love, as I do today. Because no matter what the future holds, I believe love is what guides us through our darkest times and bestows our most beautiful moments.

I look forward to meeting you, my Future Self. Until then, I hold you in my heart, sending you all the love I carry within me today.


With all my love,

Me of Today

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