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3 Replies to “To Let Go Of Sorrow”

  1. tHAT IS ABEAUTIFUL HEARTFELT LETTER TO A frIEND I lost my Husband of nearly 50 yrs na year ago I miss him very much but I know he’s in a much better space he’s not suffering anymore. I HAVE MANY HAPPY MEMORIES AND THREE WONDERFUL CHILDREN AND 5 WONDERFUL GRANDCHILDREN AND A GREAT GRAND GRANDAUGHTER COMING IN OCTOBER YAHOO I CAN’T WAIT TO HOLD HER AND I AM READY FOR BOWS AND RIBBONS THANK GOD FOR FAMILY!!!!!

  2. My Dear Sweet Judy,
    No one can know the pain and deep hurt that you are feeling, but God does. Lean on Him to help you through this dark time as you have in the past. I love you so very much and wish that I could help take your pain away, but that unfortunately as you know that will take time. Your sorrow and grief will get easier as the time goes by, but your wonderful memories of your dear sweet Mom will live in your heart forever. No one can ever take that away from you. I am here for you no matter what time of the day or night that you may need a shoulder to cry on or a tender ear just to listen. That my dear friend goes for everyday of the year. Your dear sweet Mom is in God’s hands now just smiling away looking down at all of you and saying ” I am at peace now. Don’t cry for me but rejoice for I am not in pain anymore ” She would want you to know that and I know you do.
    I love you Judy. You call me when you are ready. I will be waiting. God loves you and so do I.
    All my love and deepest sympathy,
    Marsha

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