This website is a historical treasure of letters and photos. Nothing I can write here will do justice to the emotions this online exhibit creates in the viewer.
Last Letters From The Holocaust: 1944
Luigi and Anna Ventura 1927–Photo from Ya Vashem Document A…
After looking through the exhibit, I feel stronger than ever that letters are powerful, meaningful and important. Write your own letter today. If you need help getting started, click on the tab above titled How To Write Your Own Letter. And if you would like to share your letter with others, please e-mail it to: Letters@LastGoodbyeLetters.com.
Recently I received a phone call from Jasmen who needed help writing a short “goodbye love letter” on her brother’s gravestone located in another country. Tragically, he died while he was waiting to come to the United States to be with the rest of his family. Jasmen wanted something that would give others a sense of how precious and important her brother was to her family in the event future relations would visit his gravesite. Needless to say, the message had to be short, but we followed the same procedure as presented in the How To Write Your Own Goodbye Letter outline. Although I have not seen the final stone, here is what we came up with together:
Even though we were apart in miles, you were forever in our hearts.
Sometimes keeping a message short is harder than writing pages and pages. Either way, if you have even the smallest feeling that you would like to write a letter to a loved one, I encourage you to write it today. If you would like to share your letter with others, please send it to: Letters@LastGoodbyeLetters.com.