I came over to the library and I get in this room and the first thing I see is the food, which is also very good, thank you for the cookies and then like I see all the letter stuff so I’m like wow what a place I don’t know what’s going on but I knew like an idea what was going on, so I grab a letter and I start writing a letter and I had a great time doing it It was very calming and there was stationery and envelopes there it makes it very welcoming and very personal and so this was a great way to come and really express my, you know, nervousness or my concerns I’ve been very troubled by what happened on Tuesday night and getting words to paper, I felt much calmer afterward you know action breeds power I chose to write a letter to Angela Merkel the Prime Minister of Germany, mentioning how much I appreciate that she advocates for human rights. The second letter I wrote was to my girlfriend …are in doubt of who I will write to, I don’t know I haven’t written anything in awhile. It’s far easier than you think. It comes naturally and it was fun, it helped me channel my thoughts on the election, and it really made me try and look at the positives. Writing your thoughts on a piece of paper it’s very powerful and we got to keep on doing it.