I love the idea that 175 people are going to their mailbox and finding a hand-written letter in there.

For the past decade, Charles’ daily routine includes hand-writing 3-4 letters a day, cycling through a list of over a hundred recipients. This is his engaging and provoking story of family tragedy and the resulting unique process and global reach that his letters have obtained.

About the speaker

Charles Morrison received his MA in English Language and Literature from the University of Missouri at Kansas City. After teaching composition at the University of Missouri at Kansas City, he taught for six years at the Kansas City Art Institute, including classes in Humanities, Modern Drama, Contemporary Lit and Beginning Acting. Charles worked for thirteen years at Blue Cross of Washington and Alaska as a Human Resource trainer, and two years each at CONNEXT and SCAN as a leadership trainer. Over the past two decades he has been adjunct instructor at Antioch University-Seattle teaching World History, Modern European History, World Philosophy, Buddhism and Foundations of Meditation. He is also currently an adjunct instructor at Devry University, where he teaches psychology, sociology, critical thinking, leadership, and health/wellness.

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