A letter from Josh’s Uncle Richard

Dear,Jane,Jimmy,Rosa and Joe,

Posts on Facebook get gobbled up so fast and speaking for myself,my attention span is not too long anyway,not to mention slow running computers and links that won’t open!,but that in no way detracts from the great love that exists for You and your large family of friends who suffered the loss of Joshua in his prime of life.I have watched “Beyond Goodbye” many times on my own and with selected friends.I was and my friends were always left speechless,with wet faces but strangely happy from the great love,sincerity and humour that comes across!I especially like the part where Jane,explains to us how there is so much to live for,just getting through each day in the best way possible,adding that life goes on,it’s just very different.I was also soothed by the part in Rosa’s dream section,where people share that in their dreams Joshua has consistantly,”communicated” that he is ok ,and not to worry!”I can easily imagine Joshua actually using these very words!I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your generosity and courage to include those of us who were not able to be around at that terrible time through this thought provoking and deeply loving tribute to Joshua.I would recommend anyone recently berieved to take a look at”Beyond Goodbye”


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