Yours lighten your grief but, believe me,
2. Letter On The Death of Mother
It was so disheartening to know the sudden death of your mother. It is, undoubtedly, a dreadful shock to all who knew her. Since we have ourselves gone through this shattering experience very shortly, I know only too well how it feels.
Presently you must be embittered by her loss and I just can’t tell you how sorrowful I am. She was a great person and a fantastic human being, well-known for her charitable work.
I wish, I knew how to lighten your grief but, believe me, time shall. If I can be of any service to you, do count on me. I regret that I have to write a condolence to you.
With deep sympathy to you and your family,
Yours in Pain,
3. Letter to a Friend on the Death of his Mother
This is to offer you and your family my affectionate sympathy in your hour of distress, we can never replace our mothers, but I hope that you will find comfort in the memory that yours was, like mine a wonderful person.
4. Letter of Condolence on the Death of Mother
I know words are a poor comfort at a time like this. But I cannot but use these very words to express my grief and sorrow at the death of your dear mother. I know how you loved and cared for her. Without her life would not remain meaningful any longer.’
Please bear the shock manly. I lost my dear mother last year and so know too well what it means. I am with you in these moments of intense grief and suffering, and wish I could do or say something to alleviate your sorrow. However, time is a great healer, and it will, as surely as it did in my case.
With heartfelt sympathy.