After opening a bag of potato chips, fifteen year old Cyndi was upset when she found that the chips were completely soaked in grease and obviously inedible. She sat in the kitchen with her mother as her mother hand wrote a letter to the potato chip manufacturer. Several weeks after mailing the letter, her family received a huge box in the mail. Upon opening the box, Cyndi was surprised to find that the potato chip manufacturer responded to her mother's letter. Inside the box was a six month supply of potato chips, coupons for future purchases, and an apology letter. A valuable lesson was learned that day. The box of potato chips was nice but the letter of apology was better. Cyndi continued to carry the practice of letter writing and has made this a part of her life. She has used letter writing as a way of reacting in a non-confrontational manner to get resolve and affect change. This book is a compilation of actual letters that were written over the years to strangers, bank managers, car dealership owners, employers, local mayors, local magistrates, local post office workers, and even coworkers. What do these entities have in common? They all inflicted some sort of injustice against Cyndi and received written letters in the mail. Everyone responds to frustration created out of injustices in the way suited best for him or her. Some people have the unique ability to ignore injustices directed at them and others stand firm on principle. Did the potato chip incident arise to the level of injustice? No. It was an honest mistake. Nevertheless, the letter to them helped Cyndi understand that letters have power. This book expresses one way of releasing frustration and a unique way of dealing with the frustration creators of the world.
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