On saturday 7th february 2009 Australia’s worst natural disaster took lives of 173 people and changed the lives of countless others. The Longest Letter of Goodwishes is an initiative of the created with the aim to provide an avenue for people to make a difference to the lives of people who are suffering from the Victorian Bush Fires. We watch so much on media and can donate money yet still we all have that inate heartfelt need to express our condolences in person’ Knowing that someone somewhere in the world is aware of your suffering and sends messages of love, good will and hope, eases the burden of pain, and emotional turmoil.
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MAY YOU ALL KNOW
To dear all of those who were affected by the 2009 bush fires,
I would like to give my heart to you, your families, and all who are still suffering by this tragic event.
I would like to share the empathy I have.
I would like to say that everyday I pray for everyone to recover and be happy again.
I would like to wish all those effected by bush fires around Melbourne
The good wishes are for everyone who is effected by natural disaster, not only in Victoria, Australia but in the World. By the source we come to know these news is because of the development of science and technology( T..V & Internet). It is really painful and helpless feeling when we see that.
We wish them (each and every person who is effected) lots of love and peace. Please do not lose hope, more creation is to be done by you. Shed all your pain and suffering, come out of the situation and you will be surprised to see that you can create better than what you had.
Wishing all those affected by the recent bushfires strength, power and determination to carry on. You are in our thoughts. Lots of love to you!
Let the fire burn old bad feelings and memories of suffering. Get closer to your love ones so they can feel the warmth of your heart. Best wishes for a fresh start to collect brand new good feelings towards others.
Frankston Primary School spent whole day writing their goodwishes for the children of Kingslake Primary School. Here are some examples.