I'm a mother from Arizona in the United States. I say I'm a mother even though I work and do lots of other things because being a mother is my very favorite job and I'm very blessed to be a mother. I don't know whose hands this letter will end up in, but I hope that you will need it. I don't know your story, but I know that your life hasn't been easy. You may be losing faith in other people right now because of how you have been treated. Can I tell you about someone very special to me?
My adopted grandmother, Madga, was a survivor of the Holocaust in World War II seventy years ago. She lived through many terrible and difficult things. She was taken from her home and her family and suffered very much, but she clung to hope. She was able to survive, find a new home, marry an incredible man, have several children and grandchildren, and find joy in her life! She reaches out to all of the people around her and shares her story because she wants to influence them to be GOOD people and to stand up for what's right. Whatever trials you are facing, just know that there are still people in the world who are caring about you and reaching out to you. There are people who you don't even know, but who want you to find happiness. Try not to give up on them!
I know that when I am struggling, singing always helps me to feel happier. I also play games with my family to feel happy. Whatever makes you happy in hard times, turn to that and hold onto hope. You matter and you are loved.