I am sorry for not getting to your assignments [for Writing4IEHPs].
There has been a death in the family, and I will not be able to check on them until after November 17.
Thank you for your patience. Please keep up the good work. Feel free to continue your work with [your Writing Coach on CELBANPrep Writing Level One] in the mean time.
My deepest condolences for your loss. May the comfort of our Creator help you during this difficult time.
Stay strong. j
I have not been able to return to any of my normal activities, but I knew you had assignments and did not want to keep you hanging for too long.
As for your message, God has been good to me. I have been spiritually strong despite a broken heart and my mind being in shock.
I appreciate your kindness.
I’m glad you’re back. I am really sorry for your loss. I never thought you’ved loss a precious child. This is really hard. Maybe our Creator has a good plan and a reason for taking her so soon. Please stay healthy and strong. I know she wants you to be happy and not sad. She was really a good and smart kid telling you to pursue your dreams. As I am writing this note, I feel your pain. I can’t help, my tears keeps falling. No wonder it seems I don’t have the energy to do anything when you’re gone. I hope and pray that you’ll recover soon for us. We need you…. She’s your angel now.
Don’t be sorry. I fully understand. Please just make it sure you are well. And again I am deeply sorry for your loss. When you created CelbanPrep and reached for us, you made a great connection. As for me, although I can’t see you but I can feel when you’re down or sad or happy. You’re not just a teacher but a friend and a family to me. You’re happiness is my happiness and so as your sadness. I don’t know but since I’ve known what happened to you, I kept on thinking about it. I have three children and I left them when they were still young to provide them a better future. My youngest child was just a year old, when I went to work in the Middle East for the first time. It’s so hard being away with my loved ones but I needed to. I had worked as a nurse back then but it’s just not enough to support my family’s growing needs. I just had been with them every other two years during my one month vacation. They grow so fast, now my youngest just turned eight and my eldest is 15. I’ve missed so much of their “growing moment”. I was not at their side when they were sick instead I was taking care of others children. Isn’t that ironic? But what to do? That’s life I guess. Life is not fair and I need to live with it. I kept on thinking what if this would happen to me? I realized that life is too short. I kept on praying for you’re fast acceptance and recovery. May our Creator lighten up your burden and provide you more strength to carry on. In everything He does, I’m sure He has a better purpose. In life, we face lots of challenges. We stumble and fall but as long as we hold on to our Creator, there is no way we can’t get up and overcome the obstacles in our life. Please stay strong and healthy.
Sincerely yours, J
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Dear Kim, am very sorry concerning your daughter. Didn’t know. Please have my condolense. May God comfort you greatly and strengthen you.G
Hi Kim! I am deeply sadden of the news regarding your daughter. I would like to send my sincerest condolences and prayers to you and all of your loved ones…. I will keep in touch with you as always. May you have a solemn Christmas and a peaceful New Year.
I’m sorry to hear about your daughter. I know there are no words that I can tell you to ease your pain. I don’t know how are your classes going on at this time…
I hope to hear from you soon.
Take care Kim!