Here are some wonderful things that our students have written in cards to our warriors:
Hello, I know things are tough right now, and the world seems like a scary place, but know that there are a lot of people that love you no matter what and will always be there for you! I hope this card can make you feel a little better and bring a smile to your face. Sending much love…
Hey there, I hope this letter finds you doing as well as possible! If not, I want to remind you that you are awesome and always in my thoughts. The more I learn about chronic illnesses like yours, the more I admire your strength! Keep fighting Warrior! Sending you lots of love and support from my family to you and yours.
Sending healing hugs, friendly smiles, beautiful rainbows, and butterflies to lift your spirits. Keep smiling.
Just a little note to let you know that I am thinking of you, sending you healthy wishes and healing hugs. Keep faith that there are better days to come.
You are amazing and strong and brave and wonderful! Remember that today and every day! Sending positive thoughts your way.
In case no one told you today: You are beautiful. You are loved. You are brave. You are stronger than you think. Keep going. Keep fighting. You’ve got this! I believe in you!
I am so sorry to hear how much pain you are in. In all cases, do not give up! Love always wins no matter the fight. You are loved and supported by all of us! My wish is that this card will bring you hope and love for your upcoming days. Keep fighting!
You got this! Remember that you are loved. I hope this card fills any empty gaps for you. You are not alone. We are all thinking of you and rooting for you! Sending much love…
Hi, I’ve been thinking of you and wanted to write and remind you that you are not alone- we are all here for you! You have so much support and love from this community, and I hope that brings you hope and strength to keep fighting!
What do you like to write in YOUR cards? OR if you are a warrior, what words do you most like to hear from others? Please share in the comments…