181. The letter that came too late

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Irrevocability of time and irreparable emotional damage may have a lifelong influence on the course of-of our living.

How many people have not been victims of redoubtable snail mails? So many letters, with an important emotional message, have been sent, never reaching their destination or, when it did, far too late.

Time can cause irreversible loss and arouse a mental state of sadness, distrust, powerlessness, and despair.

Bill Moore from Aurora, Colorado, was handed over a letter he had written to his girlfriend seven decades ago, which one discovered inside a record sleeve purchased from a thrift shop. The same trick of time and destiny has was played on Chuck Kunellis of Fair Oaks, California and John Eddington from Aurora, Colorado.

Extreme snail mails, which have been handed over 7O years later, after sending, caused an outbreak of sorrowful emotion.

Extreme snail mails, which have been handed over 7O years later, after sending, caused an outbreak of sorrowful emotion

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