While it is only the first week of November, now is the time to plan out your holiday cards. Personalized holiday cards can be a great way to not only share what’s going on with your family with others, but they can also give you practice writing a spiritual ethical will entry. This week’s entry will focus on writing a holiday letter.
The first step that you need to take to write your holiday letter is to create a recipient list. This list will help you determine what type of information you want to put in your holiday letter. It will also help you to determine how many letters you need to print out.
The next step is to write your introduction. The introduction will be a general holiday greeting followed by a summary of the blessings that you have had in the past year.
The next section of your letter can talk about what each member in your family has been doing, what they accomplished and what they are particularly thankful for.
The final section of the letter will be a paragraph on the holiday wishes you have for the people you are sending your letter to.
As you can see, a holiday letter has a lot of similarities with an ethical letter. This is why writing a holiday letter is good practice for writing your ethical letter.
If you are interested in writing your ethical will or writing your life story, then I recommend the Dan Curtis blog. Great articles and great information.
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