Letter to your friend condoling the death of her mother.
January 11th, 2021
I have just received the shocking news of your mother’s death. Her death was so sudden that I couldn’t believe it at first. I met her a few days back and she was hale and hearty. I cannot put into words, the deep sympathy that I feel for you and your family. Presently, you must be embittered by her loss and I just can’t tell you how much grieved I am.
She was generous, pious and religious-minded. She was very affectionate and kind to me. She welcomed me with open heart whenever I visited her. She was very hospitable and congenial and I cherish the moments that I spent with her during my visits. She was a woman of substance with a great heart to help the underprivileged and destitute. She always had a kind word and a gentle smile for everyone. She was an inspiration to many people around her. She will be profoundly missed by all of us. This is an irreplaceable loss for you. Susan Wiggs has portrayed the loss of a mother in heart-wrenching words,
“There is something about losing a mother that is permanent and inexpressible __a wound that will never quite heal.”
This is indeed an irrecoverable loss; only time can heal it. My prayers and wishes are with you to help you cope up with this arduous and challenging time.
Please pay my heartfelt sympathies to the entire family. I pray to Allah to grant eternal peace to the departed soul.
With a profound sorrow!