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The letter reads: "I'm sorry that you're missing me. I hope that wherever you are or whatever you're doing you're okay. I'm probably missing you too. Thank you for everything you've done for me. Two years before, he had been in high school, and was asked to write a letter to his future self. His teacher promised that he would mail the letters back to the students who had written them ten years later. When his teacher was about to send the letter, he found our his previous student had passed away, and he realised how imperative it was that the letter found its way to the family.
He contacted them and told them to be prepared. The letter was over four pages with both silly musings and serious predictions for the future. Gail Sharp's son Cameron was 17 when he was hit by a truck in January Gail spent 13 months grieving her son, and was dreading mother's day. But then a letter came in the post that helped her, at least for a while, stop mourning and be reconnect with her son.
Full text of Cameron Frewer’s letter from beyond the grave
The letter had been written in school in as part of an assignment by their teacher Dale Caldwell. He had asked them to write about the goals that they had for themselves in the future. Mr Caldwell told them he would mail them their letters in May — the month they would graduate from high school. The letter reads: "Dear Cameron. On this day my brother will graduate from middle school. On the same day I watched the movie Night at the Museum.
My favorite teacher is Mr. Then, in January her mother Sachi Nakaumra, received two envelopes. One was addressed to her and the other, to her daughter, Miho. In the envelopes were two letters, written by her daughter, to her future self.
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The letters has been written as part of an English class assignment. She was supposed to get one when she was 19 and another when she was 22, but her teacher passed away before they could be sent. Sachi believes someone found the letters and put them in the mail. Sachi said: "In both letters, she was talking about her future aspirations and hopes. All her aspirations and hope never came to realized. That breaks my heart. Even though her life was short and a struggle, she still lived a full life. I am very proud of her. When Taylor Smith was 12, she passed away following complications from pneumonia.
When her parents faced the task of clearing out her room, they found an envelope which read "To be opened by Taylor Smith on April 13, only unless said otherwise. Inside, they found a letter written by Taylor to her year-old self.
In the letter she encourages herself to continue to work hard to achieve her goals. Life is pretty simple 10 years in your past.
Letters from the Grave by Felicity Everett
Taylor's father shared the letter on Facebook and her mother told NBC: "I want people to know just what an awesome, awesome person she was. On March 11, a family lost their daughter when their hometown of Otsuchi was hit by an earthquake and an ensuing tsunami. Three years later, they were stunned to receive a letter that she had written a decade previously.
Dad and Mom, you have taken so, so much care of me. From now on, I will take care of the both of you.
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Their daughter had written the letter from Meiji-Mura, a museum dedicated to preserving Japanese architecture. The museum has a working post office that offers a "Heartful Letter service. Seventeen-year-old Sarah Harmening was on a bus journey to the airport to catch a plane to Botswana. There, along with her church group, she would spend the summer doing humanitarian and missionary work.
Life is not about us. Not long after sending the text, the bus crashed. Sarah was the only one who didn't survive. While she wasn't able to change lives in Botswana, her family are hoping that her passion and story, might help others on their path - religious or not.
Her mom said she 'loved the Lord with a love that was tangible. Twenty-six-year-old Private Leon Spicer had been in Iraq seven weeks, when his life was taken. Before he left home, he handed his mum, Bridie, a letter, telling her: "This is for you, but only open it if I don't come back. His mom, not wanting to dwell on the possibility of her son not coming back, put it in a drawer and forgot about it. But then she received the devastating news.
Days later, one of Leon's friends asked: 'Didn't he give you a letter to read if the worst happened? Here is an extract from that letter. Don't cry cos if u do I'll have a word with GOD and tell him not to let you all in. Right then I knew what could happen too me but it was my job, and I wanted to do it. Heather McManamy was diagnosed with breast cancer in Two years later she passed away. In the month before her passing, she wrote over 40 letters of advice to her young daughter, marking milestones she would miss.
Here's some extracts from that letter: "Yes, this sucks. I am not in heaven. But no longer in the crappy body that turned against me. It absolutely breaks my heart to have to say goodbye. When he knew he was dying, he started writing letters to his kids, too young to understand the tragedy.
After his passing, Paul's wife Mandy found a document on his computer entitled 'On Finding Fulfillment. Mandy said: "He was wise and brave and decent to the core, but I could never have found the words to sum him up so perfectly as he has himself. Two years after his father passed, Bertie started to receive messages. I always said I will come back and haunt you. Seriously, by the time you read this, I will have passed on. Hopefully by now you have adjusted well enough to life without the old man and you have managed to help your mother adjust.
I have complete confidence you will be taking just as good care of her as I did. In , Sally Woodmansee lost her son Tony in a car crash.
But she speaks to him every day - when he guides her hand to send her messages from beyond the grave. She has 17 notebooks filled with their conversations, and has even written a book 'Talking To Tony. What she is doing is actually a phenomenon called automatic spiritual writing.
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To my greatest regret, letters have gone to a silent extinction like the beautiful Dodo bird just before my time and we are probably the last generation who have a remote contact with this extraordinary mean of communication.