Re: letter to someone who is dying
It depends if you want to leave a letter for the benefit of the dying person or the benefit of yourself. As writeleft said, she treasures the wallet. It makes her happy. But it does nothing for great grand father. And if the letter is kept by her loved ones, again it will make her happy and her loved ones, but doesn't do anything for the person who is dead. Go and speak to them. It will mean so much more to them. When I want to tell my wife how much I love her, I tell her. When I want to tell a friend, or my nieces how much I love them, I tell them. It means so much more than a letter. Unless there is some reason that the dying person cannot hear you. But if it is because of their illness and they can't hear you, it is unlikley they could read. Unless of course, if you want to give the dying person a letter to make yourself feel better, then go ahead. There is nothing wrong with that. It just depends on what you want to accomplish.
Last edited by dustydigger; 02-04-2009 at 12:29 PM.