Dear Myself, I know that you feel so well today because you have a great life now. A family of your own, sons of your own. What a bless! I know that you write this letter with a smile. A big smile. A laugh, too. Laughing at your own foolish mind, a feeling of fear for not having a love in your life. It is not you that you are laughing at now. It was you, ten years ago. Being a 28 year-old single girl was very disturbing for you. Your closest friends have got married, and even some of them were younger than you. You felt so afraid of getting left behind. I know your sorrow. I understand you very much.
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"Am I not pretty enough?" you often asked me that question. Ah, your tears sometimes fell down on your cheeks. I couldn't say anything but "Be patient and be brave, please. Things aren't that bad."
Now you know that I am correct about that. Being single is not a sin as long as you don't break God's rules. But don't be shy. Your fear was something natural. The more fear you felt, the more you asked God to give you a full-of-love marriage.
Every story has its own end. And so does yours. I just want to say, "Have a happy life. May God bless you until the time meets its end."
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