The lost art of letter writing should come back. E-mails and texts are great when you have to send a quick message, but "nothing, absolutely nothing beats a thick, creamy two pages of Crane paper, smothered with news and views, lovingly folded into a tissue-lined envelope." - Lindy Woodhead
I had a dream in which I received dozens of pieces of mail one day. They were all from you. I began to count them, thinking there was one for every year we had known each other. The postal worker returned with a full sack and left it on my front porch. I thought maybe I had a letter or card for every day of the year. He returned with another full sack, and I took them both inside. He knocked on my door. There was another sack, then another. Soon I was surrounded by a ridiculous number of sacks.
This letter represents the letter that was being sent to England from King Claudius. Enclosed in the letter was Hamlet's order of execution. Obviously the letter did not make it to England with that writing, because Hamlet saved himself, but in doing so sacrificed his two friends lives. Hamlet finding letter was a turing point, because it saved his life.