" Captain David Smith”
Dear my most understanding and wise good friend, Mr. Leader. Many know of my trip to our recently known country Okapaka, a voyage i would take any day of the season. It taught me several things along the way, and i also hope this kind of letter gives you an understanding of my demand. The beginning of my personal stay on the newest land was a struggle. It is not necessarily as civilized as Wa is today. People use the mountains while shelter, as well as the local pets for food and clothes. The initial Okapakian We meet was obviously a very small and peaceful man named Maiara, meaning " wise”, who had been the excessive chancellor of Okapaka. I had been taking a small , cold, and frustrating walk when I first meet up with him. Having been sitting on a rock outside his home looking upon the stars. Specialists him for what reason he was searching for, and this individual said it absolutely was because of how it built him experience, which was smart. He invited me inside with a drink they phone " Kumanai” and a warm quilt. These people introduced me to how they think peace is for each individual, and that is simply by becoming one with the community. They were capable of show me traditions and every day prayers. In the second I actually meet these folks they welcomed me into their land with open arms, even though that they don't speak a word of English. I believe that it would be appropriate and interesting pertaining to Maiara to introduce his culture to our country, and it reveals us the way we should value what we include compared to other countries. I am hoping that you can arrive to an understanding why you need to welcome the high chancellor to our country. They welcomed us with open arms, so there is not any reason we can't do the same to them.
Via a close good friend.
*For this kind of letter I actually used the rhetorical tricks of logos and pathos to persuade someone, the President. By using these strategies I was able to type an stimulating and simple tone. I actually explained the kindness in Okapaka and the things they own compared to what we should have, and also how weak I was within the journey...