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A letter to Elizabeth

By Susan
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Can you please pass on to the Amstetten-Mauer Clinic these heartfelt words for Elisabeth and her family... I don't not know how to get a message to them.

Elisabeth, your strength amazes and inspires.

I feel the deepest felt joy and the biggest smiles for a new life for you and your children! and of health and ever increasing freedom.

I wish for all of you all of the very best that life has to offer, like ...
- the beauty and rejuvenation of nature
- the light of joy in our children's eyes
- discovery and learning
- quiet moments
- the songs of birds
- planting a garden
- ice cream cones
- true friendship
- shared times with those we love
- the seasons
- and eventual forgiveness (to free you)

and...for the papparazzi to rise to the occasion of putting your well being above their want of a good picture!

Hurray for you all!

Rosemarie, I wish you speedy healing for such an outrageous and horrendous betrayal. Please always remember that the actions of your husband had NOTHING to do with you. It is possible for a person to have both good qualities, and also to do very wrong things.

Everyone must heal now, each in their own way, and Josef too, who will experience his own hell as he faces the ever increasing reality of the full impact of his actions.

My wish for all of you (from Oregon, in the U.S.), is for integration and healing and vitality and LOTS of laughter and joy!

May continued blessings shower you,


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