Friday, April 26, 2013

Response of Hope

Dear Virginia,
            Why do seagulls fly over the sea?
 Because if they flew over the bay, they would be called bagels! Haha…
Get it? Are you smiling? I hope so, because I love you. The fact that you’re smiling just proves that you have a reason to live the beautiful life that God has given you.  You’re beautiful, do you know that?  God has given you this wonder life and has made you the strong person that you are today.  Don’t give up when you’ve already gone so far. 
            I get you Virginia.  I truly, truly do.  Life is so hard.  I’ve been broken so many times and in so many different situations.  Sometimes, you just want to end it.  But Virginia, trust me on this one, it’s not worth it.  I know you can do it Virginia, just fight through it.  I believe in you.  You may be thinking: why should I fight through it? Well Virginia, because I love you.  Your husband loves you. God loves you.  I know this with all my heart.  Terrible times only lead to better times.  Trials build you up and give you strength.   
            You think you’re a burden to people? Virginia, you have it wrong, you’re a beautiful, wonderful girl.  God has created you for a purpose.  Don’t be afraid of other people feel toward you.  “Have I not commanded you? Be STRONG and COURAGEOUS; d not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.” God’s always there for you.  Don’t feel guilty, because Jesus has lifted up the burden of your sins.  He saved us.  You’re a blessing towards your husband and towards me.
            It’s okay if you’re sad.  If you cry, I’ll cry with you.  I’m here for you.  I love you Virginia.  Anytime you need a friend, just come to me or better yet, go to God.  He will give you peace, a peace that’s so rare to find.  Girl, you’re the bomb.  I know you can get through this tough time.  I love you.
Love your friend,
Kara <3  
Works Cited
Horton, Ronald A. "Virginia Woolf." Introduction. British Literature for Christian Schools. Greenville, SC: Bob Jones University Press, 1992. 705. Print.

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