A Letter to a Friend Who Was Asking For Advice…

I have always admired Hunter S. Thompson’s style of writing. He is very frank and descriptive really drawing you in and taking your mind on a journey of exploration through his ideas, just fantastic.

But this letter is like a fountain of knowledge and as you read though it the realisation of it wisdom dawns on you, and you realise exactly where he is coming from and the relevance of his careful pick words. I really believe children should study this letter in school as a project of discovery of ones self and the expectations of the future.

Endless Light and Love

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My Dear Friends,

I read this letter and felt if was worthy of a post, the letter was written by Hunter S. Thomposon to his friend  Hume roughly 57 years ago.

I hope you like it and that the words resonate for you too?

Namaste with Love

Always

Mark

Roughly 57 years ago, a 22-year-old Hunter S. Thompson wrote a letter to a friend that had asked him for advice. On the surface, this doesn’t seem like a big deal – 57 years ago letters were just how people communicated. What stands out to me is the fact that Thompson wrote this letter way before anyone really knew who he was. The letter, in my opinion, is a pure statement of faith, written by one of the most influential writers of our time, solely for the purpose of helping his friend. I know the letter wasn’t written to me, but…

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