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Princess Diana

1961 ~ 1997

Diana, Princess of Wales, her companion Dodi Al Fayed and their driver were killed in the early hours of Sunday, 31 August 1997. The People's Princess was 36 and leaves behind two young Princes, William and Harry.

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Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 00:11:55 -0700

From: PRESIDENT <[email protected]>

Reply-To: [email protected]

Organization: A. D. INDUSTRIES

Subject: Condolences

CONDOLENCES TO PRINCES WILLIAM & HARRY

& THE ROYAL FAMILY

No words can really express the loss of such a special person whom is felt to be a special gift to the world from G-d. Princess Diana was a person who cared about others. She was truly the People's Princess! Never in our lifetime has one person every been able to reach out with her heart and her caring to the average person and give them a feeling of hope. In the Book of Proverbs, there is a selection about "A Woman of Valor."

The beginning words are:

A woman of valor, who can find?

She is worth far more than rubies. ....

 

She stretches out her hands to the poor;

She reaches out her arms to the needy. ....

 

Dignity and honor are her garb;

She smiles looking at the future.

She opens her mouth with wisdom,

And kindly counsel is on her tongue.

She looks after her household;

She never eats the bread of idleness.

Her children rise and bless her. ....

 

Many women do worthily,

But you excel them all. ....

 

Charm is deceptive and beauty is vain; ....

 

While Princess Diana was a charming and beautiful woman; she was much more than this. She was an intelligent, caring, loving person, with the spirit of goodness and charity in her heart for all people regardless of whether they were ill, regardless of their race, religion or status in life. Diana was a G-d fearing woman and a pure person. She was a special gift from G-d. She loved her children and her country. The best way that you Princes William and Harry can show your love for your mom is to honor her memory by living your lives as she would want you to live. You are the future of your country. The world looks to you. Your country looks to you. It is a heavy burden for you both to bear at the time of such a tragic and untimely loss, but you must do your best. You must wipe away the tears in your heart and remember your mom's smiling face, her love and her dreams for you both. When you lose your mom, especially such a special and loving mom as yours, it is like your heart has been ripped out. It is easy to feel terrible anger, hatred and confusion at the time of this your most terrible loss. But remember that your mom is looking down to you from heaven and praying that you will feel her love and the nearness of her spirit, to guide you through this terrible time. You can do most to honor her by trying to do the things she started and could not finish. She was the People's Princess. You her sons can be the People's Princes!

In our synagogue this morning, our rabbi had some tears in his eyes. He interrupted our prayers and said that he had to say something about the sad and untimely loss of Princess Diana. He said that it was not only a loss to the United Kingdom, but a loss to the world. We all bowed our heads in silent prayer for your mom.

I do not know what more that we can say in this time of your loss, except that our hearts and our prayers are with you both, with the Royal Family, with the British People and with the People of All the World. Let us all try to live up to the life and ideals of Princess Diana, to be charitable, to be kind, to be more understanding, not to be so selfish or greedy, and to try within our means to help everyone and try to make this world a better place to live in.

This is the legacy of your mom. She will never be forgotten. May G-d grant her a high place in the heavens.

With our deepest sympathy,

Anisia and Phil Newman

Brooklyn, New York


From: "Scott M. Breitenbruck" <[email protected]>

To: <[email protected]>

Subject: Condolences on the passing of Princess Diana

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 22:38:01 -0400

 

I' m finding it very difficult to absorb the fact that Princess Diana has

died. She was a wonderful human being, a great humanitarian and a

wonderful mother. I have always admired her for being herself, as much as

she was allowed to be. I am an American and I reside in the U.S.A. I can

tell you that the people I have met since this awful tragedy feel the same

as I do. My prayers and thoughts go out to her family and especially her

two sons. I also send my prayers to Fergie who I am sure will miss her

deeply. Whatever the cause be it the camermen, or the fact the driver was

intoxicated is of concern, but the fact remains that Diana is gone and will

never return. I must add though that her memory, beauty and the wonderful

warm person that she was will live on forever. The Princess will never be

forgotten. My sadness runs deep for the loss of this wonderful lady, but

my memories of her wonderful work run even deeper.

May God Bless all of you,

Rose Marie Breitenbruck

895 Palmetto St.

Oviedo, Florida 32765

United States of America

[email protected]

Brooklyn, New York


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