Condolences #101 - #200
9/5/97 - 9/6/97
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U.S.A.
From Scott Mayo and Sarah Nickel [smayo@juno.com] on September 6, 1997:

We never met her
We didn't even know her
She didn't even know that we existed,
But still we felt a certain love for her.

Canada
From Sylvia&Stan Pogrebski [stanpro1@msn.com] on September 6, 1997:

Our sincere and deepest sympathy in the sudden and untimely passing of the truly inspiring Princess Diana. Her memory will live on and she will allways remain the Queen of our hearts.

PUERTO RICO
From RICARDO & MADELINE on September 6, 1997:

WE ALWAYS REMENBER YOU!!!

USA
From Ron, Pat, Dan & Brian Godla [godla@dp.net] on September 6, 1997:

Dear Princes William and Harry, we are very sorry for your loss. We will remember you in our prayers. May all the happy memories you have of your Mother be with you always and give you the strength and courage to live your life to the fullest. God Bless You.

USA
From Perry, Nancy, Matt, Ross and Brett Jahnke [jahnke@midstate.tds.net] on September 6, 1997:

Prince William and Prince Harry,
Your mother touch us all. She was a great lady. We idled her. Her funeral was very touching. Elton John's song made us all cry. I wish we would have met her in person. William, I hope she has taught you well to become a special person and Harry, I hope you shine like your mother in years to come.

United States of America
From David Parker [dparker@alpha.albion.edu] on September 6, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Prince Harry,
Please allow me to express my heartfelt sympathy and sorrow for your terrible loss. As remarkable as we, the general public may have thought her to be, you have known her as she truly was from the unique perspective of being her sons. The greatest homage that you could ever pay her would be to enjoy and fulfill your own lives. Your bearing during this horrible tragedy has been an example to the entire world of your personal courage and fortitude, especially in the face of the media and the public. Through your examples, you have helped your people and people around the world who have born similar sorrows - that it's ok to feel, that it's ok to tear up, that it's ok to go on. May God Bless both of Your Royal Highnesses, and carry you both through this trying time.

N.C., United States
From Smith Comer [don@bobbitt.com] on September 6, 1997:

Prince Harry & Prince William-
I feel that the whole world has lost a wonderful woman, I didn't have the privledge to meet her, but recently, felt that I know her. My deepest sympathies are with you at this time. At least the heavens are shining brighter, your mother just became the most twinkling and beautiful star.

United States
From Jon, Doug, James, Cindy Thomas [Anglodude@usa.net] on September 6, 1997:

Our Family is truely sorry for the death of your mother. She was a great woman and humanitarian. She will be greatly missed

U.S.A.
From Larry Stevens [wanderer@sover.net] on September 6, 1997:

Princess Diana was a beautiful woman. A lady in in the finest sense. Great Britain has never seen her like before, and I fear it never will again. She epitomized the elegance of royalty, and at the same time a grace and compassion that endeared her to the people as none before in my memory have ever done.
I am only a comman working man, 58 years old. If Princess Diana's passing has touched touched me this deeply, then it is a tribute to what she has done and been to all people all over the world. I have never in my life written to , or about, any celebrity, but I feel that princess Diana was special and more than deserving of any honor she receives.
If only she had known in her lifetime how much she was loved and respected. "Don't give me flowers when I'm gone, let me enjoy them while I'm here."

USA
From Stephen R. Crain [steph24475@aol.com] on September 6, 1997:

The entire Crain Family offer our deepest sympathies. May The Princess' death not be in vain.

Sweden
From Robert on September 6, 1997:

You are the best Diana.
The world will rember you forewor.
Love from Sweden

United States of America
From Paul & Alann Worley [taggart@ecentral.com] on September 6, 1997:

To Prince William and Prince Harry,
Your Mother touched many lives, from the very wealthy to the very poor. As common Americans, our hearts go out to you and our prayers are with you. Know that through faith in Jesus Christ you will see your Mother again! Godbless and Godspeed.

USA
From Norma Meraz [lijimene@NMSU.EDU] on September 6, 1997:

TO DIANA'S CHILDREN AND THE SPENCER FAMILY, OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU. DIANA WAS A VERY SPECIAL LADY. AND WILL BE MISSED. GOD BLESS YOU!

USA
From Kim Wallace-Holmwood [decorga@aol.com] on September 6, 1997:

For Prince Willilam and Prince Harry:

First of all to Prince Harry. As I was looking at the Web page for the Royal Family I discovered you have a birthday coming soon. I hope that it will be as happy as possible under the circumstances.

Unfortunately, I never had the priveledge of meeting your mother; but, from all of the things I have read and heard, she seemed like a remarkable woman and mother. You certainly will miss her terribly on your birthday.

Now, for Prince William. As I was watching you, your brother and father greet your people outside of the Palace I was hearbroken. You held strong when shaking hands with the people of Great Britain. I hope you will always remember and try to carry on your mothers' wonderful works and charitable deeds. I only wish, for yours and Harry's sake, that she wasn't taken away so soon in life.

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

San Juan, Puerto Rico
From Lizette M. Torres [llompart@prtc.net] on September 6, 1997:

We are very far in the Caribbean, but our hearts are very near. Our condolences, our respects and admiration.

God bless you, Lady Di.

Canada
From Khushru S. Dubash [Dubash@ibm.net] on September 6, 1997:

To : Prince William, Prince Harry,
Prince Charles, the Royal family, and the Spencer family.
My deepest sympathy in the loss of our Queen of Hearts, Princess Diana.
I send you the following verses from Chapter 2 of the Bhagavad Gita.

V.17. Interwoven in His creation, the Spirit is beyond destruction. No one can bring to an end the Spirit which is everlasting.

V. 24. Beyond the power of sword and fire, beyond the power of water and winds, the Spirit is everlasting, omnipresent, never-changing, never moving, ever One.

V. 18. For beyond time the Spirit dwells in these bodies, though these bodies have an end in their time; but he remains immeasurable, immortal.

With love and prayers,
Khushru S.Dubash.

USA
From Patricia Brewster age16 [pbrewster@cms.edu.do] on September 6, 1997:

I was deeply touched by the death of such a caring graceful woman, who not only touch the lives of the poor but of the world. Even though i did not know her personally i feel very close, i feel as if she had touched my life too as she did to many others.
I write this for the same reason millions of othere people do, to be able to express my pain for a loss of such a remarkable woman.
I wish the best for the two princes,William and Harry. And i know that William and Harry will carry their hearts on their sleaves like his mother and will be as loving and caring as she.
I pray for you and wish u the best of luck in youre lives .
Love Patricia Brewster

San Juan, Puerto Rico
From Lizette M. Torres [llompart@prtc.net] on September 6, 1997:

Far in the Caribbean, but our hearts are very near. Our condolences and our respects and admiration. God bless you.

USA
From Patricia Brewster age16 [pbrewster@cms.edu.do] on September 6, 1997:

I was deeply touched by the death of such a caring graceful woman, who not only touch the lives of the poor but of the world. Even though i did not know her personally i feel very close, i feel as if she had touched my life too as she did to many others.
I write this for the same reason millions of othere people do, to be able to express my pain for a loss of such a remarkable woman.
I wish the best for the two princes,William and Harry. And i know that William and Harry will carry their hearts on their sleaves like his mother and will be as loving and caring as she.
I pray for you and wish u the best of luck in youre lives .
Love Patricia Brewster

United States Of America
From Angela Wolery [livinitup@hotmail.com] on September 6, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Prince Harry,
I mourn the loss of your mother with you. She was one of the greatest women to ever grace the Earth. Her works of humility and love will forever be remembered and cherished. I wish you all the happiness in your life, the same happiness your mother brought to so many people. I am only 16 years old, and am very inspired to help continue the works of your mother. I feel for you and your family deeply. God Bless You Forever.

USA
From Eric G. Martin [martt@i1.net] on September 6, 1997:

Our hearts go out to you in this time of sadness. Always keep your memories of your mother, and may God be with you.

Germany
From Connie [WPlodek@aol.com] on September 6, 1997:

Goodbye England's rose

Rest in peace

England
From Feroze Jathoonia [ferozej@globalnet.co.uk] on September 6, 1997:

Diana,Princess of Wales, was a friend and a power of strength to the ordinary people around the globe. Her pure sense of fun and genuineness touched people's heart where ever she went. I only wished I had met Diana, the beautiful Princess, just to say hello and enjoy and share some of her sense of fun and zest for life.

She is now in a place of happiness and joy and in peace with herself.

She will never be forgotten and her memory will live for ever. My heart goes out to her two Princes, William and Harry, and may God bless them all.

Diana, Princess of Wales, although we have never met, it seems that you have crossed my path.

God bless.


India
From Sudhir Nair [sudhir@sprynet.com] on September 6, 1997:

Myself and my wife Bina deeply mourn the death of the princess and pray to God almighty to give all the strength and courage to William,Henry and all in the family.

The paparazzi should be ashamed of this incident and henceforth is a lesson to the press having being responsible for such a cruel act.

Canada, Ontario
From Zsolt Palfy [jpalfy@netcom.ca] on September 6, 1997:

Harry, William
I know you must be going through a great deal and I'm very sorry. Your mother was a great women who showed her love to the world in many ways. I hope that you both will continue in your mothers foot steps. My heart goes out to you both, and I know I'm only a average fifteen year old, but if you guys need someone to talk to I will always be here for both of you.
Always Your Friend,
Zsolt Palfy

United States
From Laura Sproat [Tigers13@aol.com] on September 6, 1997:

Dear William & Harry,
Hello my name is Laura and I am almost 14. I really do not know what to say. I am extremely sorry about what happened. I know the grief that you must be going through is horrible. I have done my best to try to help you. I have written you guys a letter that should be getting there soon. I wish that I could be there to give you a shoulder to cry on. I am praying for you every night since i can not be there. I hope you both find true love and happiness. I wish you the best of luck in everything you do. William, good luck in soccer and swimming. Harry, Happy Birthday!
Love you always,
Laura Sproat

California, USA
From Christopher Kern [calvin34@geocities.com] on September 6, 1997:

William and Harry:
I know what you are going through. When I was 6 I lost my father in a car crash just like yours. I never did get to say good bye to him as you two did the same. You are in my heart. You are not alone. We all feel the pain, even thought yours is much greater. I just hope you the best, and am proud to say your mother raised you well. Even thought I am 100% pure american and only 15 years of age. I feel for you and your family and a I wish you the best in life. My god bless you Diana and please say hello to my father.

With all my Love,
Christopher
calvin34@earthlink.net
Riverside, Ca. , USA

washington
From leesa renteria on September 6, 1997:

you were a beautifull person. you will be missed.

Great Britain
From Glenn & Lynn Butler [glenn.butler@btinternet.com] on September 6, 1997:

Dear William and Harry,
Our thoughts are with you in your time of grief. Your Mother was a wonderful woman. Our eldest child Della was born on the same day as Prince Harry, and both my wife and I can remember the joys to be had on that very special day.
God bless you both.

South Africa
From Tuchinca Carla Joao [jcjo@pegasus.marques.co.za] on September 6, 1997:

William and Harry:
You are in our hearts and minds always as you shall remind us of your beloved mother who was the most "extraordinary and irreplacable" woman on earth.

May you prosper and succeed in life as your mother guides you with her tender, loving care that touched the hearts of millions.

May she be remembered with a kind fondness and affection that she showed the world through her good times and bad.

Diana: We shall miss you always. May you rest in peace.

USA
From Carrie K. Pytlik [W.S.Pytlik@btinternet.com] on September 6, 1997:

Dear Princes William and Harry,

You both have suffered a tremendous lose in your young age. I watched you both carry yourselves with such maturity today at your mother's funeral, that my heart dearly ached for you both. I myself lost a mother, at the age of eighteen, due to a car accident. Please know that she will be forever with you. She will watch over you through the days and nights, the good times and the tough times. You will never be without her, because she is a part of you. When you need her the most, just look within your hearts and memories and she will find you. Please allow yourselves to cry for her and for yourselves and to smile at the memories. You will make it with the love and support of your family. We will always cheerish your mother as well as cheerish the both of you. She loved you and still does.

Sincerely,
Carrie K. Pytlik
Hitcham, England

Canada
From Adeel Jafri [rapsnabm@total.net] on September 6, 1997:

Hi,
Prince William & Harry I can very well imagine the state of depression you are going through. I'm a grade eighth student, my deepest sympathies are with you. Kindly except my condolence.

Canada
From Marisa Pritchard [mer@kos.net] on September 6, 1997:

Hello Prince William and Prince Harry..
First of all I would like to send my love to you both....I have prayed for you and your family many times during the last week....I have been through it as well, although, it was different..I can relate to you both... I know this is not the easiest situation to go through...But never forget how much she loved you both and how much your family loves you....Once again my prayers and thought's are with you both and your family.... Sincerly Marisa Pritchard....

USA
From Andrew Morice [andrew@i-2000.com] on September 6, 1997:

Dear Princes William & Harry,
My deepest sympathy to you both for the tragic lose of your mother.
She was a wonderful person who was very devoted to her causes and most of all she was a very devoted mother to you both. I am sure you boys ment the world to her as she let the world know.
I do know that it is very hard to lose someone as "wonderful & beautiful" as your mother. Cause I to lost my mother this year. It was all so sudden& no one was ready for it. But the important thing is that you do have each other. And as long as you got that, there should be no stopping you as long as you stick together.
Prince William,I see alot of your mom's traitsin you. You are now a young man & I do hope you pick up where your mother left off. I feel you can,cause as I said before,I lost my mother to. And guess what I found out??? I was alot like my mother than I realized. I found the strength to go on like my mother did when my father passed away 21 years ago.So I do know that you can do it.
Set the example for your brother Harry. Show him the strength & love that your mother would want to show you both. Also always remember that your mother will always be with you & watch over you both. So if you ever have to talk to her she will be there to hear any or all of your problems & share all of your joys.May God be with you both always.
Deepest sympathy
Andrew Morice
P.S.
If you ever need to talk please feel free to e-mail me at andrew@i- 2000.com
And may God bless you both.

United States
From Chip & Sheryl Astrup [chipman1@flash.net] on September 6, 1997:

William & Harry

We were deeply saddened by your loss. The world has lost someone of exceptional love and caring. But most of all you both have lost a mother that can never be replaced.

Our thoughts are with you both.

Chip & Sherry

USA
From Helen Holtzman [jaclen@erols.com] on September 6, 1997:

Dear William and Harry,

My heart goes out to you in your loss. May you find peace and happines and live the life your mother would have wanted you both to live.

Canada
From John Meech [jam@mining.ubc.ca] on September 6, 1997:

To William and Harry:

The next little while is going to be very difficult for you both. But as time passes, I hope you will be able to recall the wonderful times you shared with your mother. She will always be with you in times of joy and trouble.

Gain strength from the knowledge that she is watching you both grow up to be future leaders in a world that need her qualities for life, joy and the speread of happiness to those less fortunate.

Be strong for her.

My deepest condolences.

The United States of America
From Clifford H. Dempster [Cliff@mich.com] on September 6, 1997:

Farewll dear Princess

Vacaville, CA USA
From Taral & Rosemary Holden [taral@castles.com] on September 6, 1997:

Princess Diana may you soar with the freedom like a bird. You will be truly missed in this world.

United States
From Don & Betty Ray [cts@spartanburg.com] on September 6, 1997:

My husband and I would like to send 0ur deepest condolences to Willian and Harry. We never meet The Princess but we feel we knew her through television and the media. May God be with You through these very hard days to come. Our love to You all.

USA
From Michael & Mary Crowl [mrcrowl@aol.com] on September 6, 1997:

My family and I would like to send our sincere condolences to Prince William, Prince Harry, the Royal Family, and the Spencer Family. Princess Diana was a wonderful human being and will be truely missed.

With Love and Prayers,
From the Crowl Family

Benicia, CA USA
From Robert & Jean DeVault Jr. [taral@castles.com] on September 6, 1997:

Princess Diana we will miss you.

Rest in peace.......

The United States of America
From Rudi Oosting [mattrudi@aol.com] on September 6, 1997:

To Prince William and Prince Harry,
I am writing to you to send my deepest heart felt codolence to you. I know how you must feel, since I lost my friend in a horrible car accident a year ago.I am only sixteen and i know how hard something like this is.Your mother was a good woman, and never forget the good times you had.

In Christ,
Rudi Oosting



USA
From Evan, Anette, & Edd Barba [Barbaec@AOL.com] on September 6, 1997:

Our Deepest Sympathy, May God Bless

The United States of America
From rudi oosting [mattrudi@aol.com] on September 6, 1997:

To Prince William and Prince Harry,
I am writing to you to send my deepest heart felt codolence to you. I know how you must feel, since I lost my friend in a horrible car accident a year ago.I am only sixteen and i know how hard something like this is.Your mother was a good woman, and never forget the good times you had.

In Christ,
Rudi Oosting



Austria
From Edith Kiermayr [kiermayr@ping.at] on September 6, 1997:

I pray for you!

USA
From Lily Ann [Lily-Ann@juno.com] on September 6, 1997:

Dearest Princes William and Harry,
We were all very sorry that your mother passed away. She was a great princess and a loving mother to both of you. She did a lot of nice things that no princess can do. I hope that you will continue all the things that she did and help those peolpe who need love, care and acceptance. Please accept my condolences and may you Prince William be the king that your country longed for.
Condolences to the Royal family.


UK
From Mark & Karen Homer on September 6, 1997:

We will miss you with love

Peru
From Gisella Gomez [Gigig3@cabinas.iaxis.com.pe] on September 6, 1997:


I'm very very sad about all. I can express in few words how i fell when i receive the notice, She was a great woman, Princess: Thanks for all you have done for this world!.

We always gonna remember you, you're gonna be always in our mind.

bye Princess of Love

Traverse City, Michigan, USA
From william arthur cook [dudduff@gtii.com] on September 6, 1997:

will,harry and family
i just want you to know that i think your mother was a very special person.
i always thought i'd meet her.(or just
run into her at some location) I wish
you both and your family the best for the future. who knows, maybe i'll run into one of you some place. my family has a farm in northern michigan (cherries) if you're ever in the area be sure to look me up!!!
william a. cook
1023 cass st.
traverse city, michigan
49684 usa
p.s. i'm in the phonebook

Great Britain
From Joan Taber [epistles@classic.msn.com] on September 6, 1997:

Diana, Princess of Wales was a wonderful lady and the world will miss her. My condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and all the Royal Family, but most especially to the young Princes and the Spenser family.

USA
From Earline Bailey [ebailey@cts.com] on September 6, 1997:

To Prince Williams and Henry,
Hold up your heads and be the young men that your mother want you
to be.
Trust in the Lord and he will see you through these hard times. God bless you and your family. Prince Charles God Bless you.

USA
From Larry & Karen on September 6, 1997:

We are deeply saddened by the loss of
such a wonderful woman. Our thoughts
and prayers are with you now and always.

USA
From MaryAnn T Criqui [criqui@sierranet.net] on September 6, 1997:

How very, very sad. Please accept my condolescences and my deepest sympathy

USA
From Darin Dillard [dillard2@earthlink.net] on September 6, 1997:

As a teacher of British History and Literature, I have grown attached to England's people and culture. I also try to pass on my love for the country and its people to my students. Last week, I did not have to try to gain my student's attention. They were all immensely interested in England, now that Diana has passed on. It is a shame that it takes such an incident to draw attention to people, but I believe that Diana's death has created some good. Her passing has drawn the world's attention once again to the magnificent kingdom that has contributed so much to the world. Diana's service to her country, and indeed, the world is a testament to the greatness of England, and for this too she shall be remembered along with the greatest Briton's who focused the world's gaze to the Emerald Isle. Best wishes to Prince William and
Harry, and to the entire country of England.

United States
From Lisa LaFaive [lmlswim@aol.com] on September 6, 1997:

To the family of Diana, I'm so sorry. I feel the pain of your loss. She was loved.

USA
From Rita Smith [smithra@kih.net] on September 6, 1997:

I know there is no words that can express the feeling you feel today. It is a great honor to have a mother who made such an impact on so many people. May God bless William and Harry and may they to become a great legacy to such a wonderful mother.

USA
From Anthony Seruga [tseruga@hotmail.com] on September 6, 1997:

The world has lost a great humanitarian. There is no one that could measure up to Princess Diana. My deepest condolences go out to Prince William and Prince Harry and all the Royal family. This was a real tragedy felt around the world. She was our Princess too. She was a bright light in a sometimes dark world. She will be missed deeply by everyone and will live on in all our hearts. I will miss the works she did for all the charties and causes, inspiring many to act. May she rest in peace. Goodbye our Princess.

Anthony

United States
From Martha B. Peplow [mpeplow@aol.com] on September 6, 1997:

Princes William and Harry - My thoughts and prayers are with you as you begin your life without your Mother. I, too, have lost my parents and I can tell you that the most important action you can take is to cling together as brothers and live the wonderful lessons your Mother has taught you. She was an inspiration to all humankind in her concern for all people. I wish you both the faith, strength you will need to see you through this difficult time.

Switzerland
From Michael Brunner [mibrunne@swissonline.ch] on September 6, 1997:

Thank you, Diana, for the joy you have given to so much people.
I will do my best to follow your ideals.
In our world today, we need more persons with a heart.
Thank you!
All the best for your children.

Michael

United States
From Elli on September 6, 1997:

My deepest sympathies to you, William and Harry. I, too, know the paid of losing a mother too soon in life. Take care of each other, support each other through the years. William-it was the true form of a future king you took as you followed behind your mother in the procession. You were right to be adamant in your request to do so, and you endeared yourself to your subjects and to the world by showing a maturity and wisdom beyond your years. Your mother can be proud of the work she completed on this earth, for she instilled within you the ability and insight to be a monarch OF the people of England, not for the people of England. Always remember to keep the people of your country within your reach, for it is through the simple touch, smile and gestures you give them that you will carry on your mother's legacy. God Bless You Both.

Portugal
From Rui Figueiredo e Ana Isabel [ruifigueiredo@mail.telepac.pt] on September 6, 1997:

é com imensa dor que sentimos a morte da Princessa Diana, aquela que Tony Blair chamou "Princessa do Povo".
Com as maiores condolencias

a Família Figueiredo

United States
From Daniel L. Reed & Family [dieselthum@aol.com] on September 6, 1997:

On behalf of the Reed family our deepest condolences to the family of Diana, the people of Great Brtain, and all the people of the world who have had an opportunity to witness and expierence the twentieth century style of grace in which she carried herself while representing the people of England, and recently in her shortened life, the charities that she passionately cared about.
The world has truly lost a remarkable human being whos presence will be sorely missed.




Florida / Grew up in UK
From Jackie Kulick [kulick@emeraldcoast.com] on September 6, 1997:

Diana had love enough to share with thousands. It is so sad that such a lady would have her life ended in such a terrible way. She was more than a princess, she was a friend to anyone who needed her. And I would hope that the press will give her sons some privacy, something she never got. I miss her. I think we all do. I believe her memory will last with us all for a very very long time. God bless her.

Great Britain
From Gemma Boyle [mark.boyle@cableinet.co.uk] on September 6, 1997:

Diana, not only me but everyone in the world will miss you and your work especially those it affected.

Love Gemma (12)

Portugal
From Rui Manuel da Silva Figueiredo Rocha [ruifigueiredo@mail.telepac.pt] on September 6, 1997:

É com imensa dor que sentimento-mos a morte da Princessa Diana, aquela que Tom Blair chamou "Princessa do Povo"
as maiores condolencias pela Familia Figueiredo"

italy
From emilian [iperfree@hotmail.com] on September 6, 1997:

you was and will be forever the queen
of our hearth.

we will love always.


Canada
From Sonya and Erika [champion@visionol.net] on September 6, 1997:

Hi! We're from Toronto,Ontario. We may not have known Diana but we were touched by the way she treated everyone as equals. We admire her for her kindness and caring that she showed by supporting so many great causes. Being very close to William and Harry's age and having lost someone close to us we know how they feel and our hearts go out to them.

usa
From The cyrs [viperboy@mailexcite.com] on September 6, 1997:

Princess Diana was and is a True Symbol of Faith of the Highest Degree. Reaching out, Sharing her Love,and Her Thoughts Demonstrated a Strong and Spritual Love, We are most Thankful that Diana Shared Her Triumphs as Well as her Trials - It is the Honesty of Sharing Those Trials, and The Sincerity Of How She Dealt with Those Trials That Spun A Golden Blanket Of Inspiration, Hope and Love that Gently Lay Over the World Today. Her Love has Taught Many to Survive, to Keep the Faith and Hope During What Others would Percieve to be Hopeless. Diana Radiated With a Love Far Superior to What Many Will Never Come Close to Relating To. Carmella (Mother of 3)

With kings and counsellors of earth, which built desolate places for
themselfs; or princes who had gold and filled there houses with silver: there the wicked cease from troubling; and the weary be at rest
job:3;14,15,17
R.c.11 years old

United States
From Deb [dfjf@voicenet.com] on September 6, 1997:

Rest in Peace Diana.. Your spirit will live on. My deepest sympathy to her family. Take care..

Germany
From Nils B. Bohl [nbb@compuserve.com] on September 6, 1997:

Dear Diana...
...may you find now on your island the peace and the silence you ever wanted. May the love you gave to your children and to so many many many people given back by them to give us a better world, a world ruled by the hearts, a world you stood and you stand for.
Rest in peace.

United States
From The Espiritu Family [badbeagle@juno.com] on September 6, 1997:

To Princes William & Harry,
Your mother will never be forgotten. She was not only beautiful, but she was a definitely a lady who had a heart that cared. Our deepest sympathy. God bless you both. May your mother's legacy live forever on in our hearts.
The Espiritu Family (5Rs)

From The Publishers of Britannia Internet Magazine [publish@britannia.com] on September 6, 1997:

We will not remember Princess Diana's desperate need at the time of her death,
we will only remember that she cared for those in need.
We will not remember the injuries to her lung,
we will only remember that she was a breath of fresh air to the world.
We will not remember that she died from cardiac arrest,
we will only remember the warmth of her heart.
We have not seen her like in many years and truly mourn her passing.

Australia
From John-Paul Sukkar [www.joh10leb@hotmail.com] on September 6, 1997:

I feel so deeply sorry for the loss of Princess Diana. And I will pray for her 2 sons who will have to live for the rest of there lives without a mother

America
From Don Miller [don0279@monroecty.net] on September 6, 1997:

I Know Little Of Kings And Queens But
I Beleive 'Her Highness'Would Be At
Least A Deserving " Title" For The
Princess Diana.
Thank You,
Donald Miller

United States
From Mr.&Mrs. Kerry Jackson [grnltn@aol.com] on September 6, 1997:

Our thoughts and prayer's go to the family of Princess Diana and especially
to her children. The world has truley seen the passing of a great person, loved by millions..

USA
From Ralph A Garneau [wm6v@detnet.com] on September 6, 1997:

Love has touched this world again
In a burst of Tears and Grief
Diana, Our Princess has left us in pain
Her Grace taken, as if by a thief
Our Loss is Great, the Void is Deep
Your Passing to heaven, is All we can keep
We'll Treasure Your moments, Long into Our lives
We Loved you Diana, Now we say out Good-byes.

South Africa
From Lesley on September 6, 1997:

We miss you.

India
From Nimmi Bhalla [bhallajj@del2.vsnl.net.in] on September 6, 1997:

The world has lost such a beautiful person and her loss is deeply mourned.

Italy
From Avalon [avalon@tamnet.it] on September 6, 1997:

Sincere condolences by all Avalon's staff

Australia
From Angela Ranieri [axr@labyrinth.net.au] on September 6, 1997:

Diana,
Your beauty, charm and your goodwill throughout the world will be profoundly missed and may you rest in peace eternally. God bless and protect your sons William and Harry.
Love always
Angela xxxxxxxx

Australia
From James & Joan O'Sullivan [finbarr@gil.com.au] on September 6, 1997:

We have loved her in life, let us not forget her her in death.

Rest in Peace.

United States
From Anastacia Carpe [Brkncat@radiks.net] on September 6, 1997:

To The Royal Family,
Please know that my thoughts are with you during your time of heart- felt suffering. The loss is unrecoverable. I was deeply moved by your show of affection to the people of England during your saddness. To reach out and touch those who have at times criticized you terribly, really displays a show of what true "Royalty" is. I hope that all can learn from your kindness. In this time of sadness, please know that there are brighter days ahead, many filled with wonderful memories of a wonderful mother, daughter, protector, and friend.
God Bless you all.

Love,
Anastacia Carpe

Canada
From Ernie & Grace Franz [emmanuel@telusplanet.net] on September 6, 1997:

My wife and I send our condolences to the Royal Family at this time of such a tragic loss. Harry and William are most on our minds now. They must stand tall and keep God in their hearts. God bless you all.

United States of America
From Rebecca [JCcrazy@aol.com] on September 6, 1997:

I know that it is not much, but I would like to send in to you this poem that I wrote in memory of Diana, and I would like to say to the Royal Family: I sympathize, and am extremely sorry about the tragic loss. However, in spite of the insulting rumors, keep your heads held high, and keep God in your hearts!

Death of a Princess

A woman of noble value
Of heart, friendship, love
Who brought joy to those around her
A gift from the sky above

Unlike the nobility 'round her
Diana was caring and dear
Alas the tragedy that befell her
Took the lady who was, to us, so near

A beautiful memorial awaited her
Processions followed, quite nice
As friends and family lined to give
Their departing words to suffice

We cannot understand the devastation
The broken hearts and hurting souls
The paths that Diana carved for us
Will be a memory for future roles

Many lives were built around hers
Her children, they must be so sad!
Prince Charles, he must have reacted
For to those children; he was their dad

A cloud descends o'er Buckingham Palace
As if it senses the princess is no more
No words can be said to console
Those who knew her, just before

Tears well up in the corners of eyes
Every time her picture appears
Her timeline sixty-one through ninety-seven
She resided a mere 36 years

A worldwide sorrow engulfs the land
Everyone wants to know
The grievious details of the event
When the spectators made their show

Now as Diana lies in a grave
A wonderful woman senselessly killed
No matter how you view the situation
There are still broken hearts unhealed

Take this experience as a lesson
And one you shall always know
A tribute to the lady, Princess Diana
Whose life was unable to grow

usa
From Ashley & Karen Freeman [AZIMOR@aql.com] on September 6, 1997:

Our Deepest most heartfelt sympothies to William and Harry. We both admired Diana and hope that there is some comfort in knowing how much she was loved and heaven has gained the treasure that we have lost. She will always be with you watching over you and will remain in our hearts and memories forever.
The United States of America

United States of America
From Beth-Anne Grose [btgros@worldnet.att.net] on September 6, 1997:

We are truly sorry for your lose. Princess Diana will be missed. Great Britain wasn't the only ones to lose a princess the whole world has. I remember watching the wedding and wanting to be her. She was so beautiful. She will always be in our hearts. Prince William please do as your mother wished. Look after Prince Harry for you both will need each other at this time and always.

Sincerely,
Beth-Anne, Terence and Alexander Grose

USA
From Mary [hubbsm@qconline.com] on September 6, 1997:

My family and friends would like to send to you our deepest sympathy in your time of sorrow. Diana will be remembered for years for all she did. She truly was a "Queen of Hearts". Our thoughts will be with you always.

USA
From Felipe Ramirez (11 years old) [PACHON@worldnet.att.net] on September 5, 1997:

Prince William and Harry;
You never will be alone because your mom always will be taking care of you.
Princess Diana belongs to heaven now and she is the most beautiful flower in there.

Philippines
From Claire Azarcon [claire@bayantel.com.ph] on September 5, 1997:

The tragedy of Diana's life was that she was only appreciated in death by the royal family. However, by now, she no longer cares about such concerns because she is in a better place. She has joined Jesus Christ and we should all take comfort in this thought.

USA
From George Miller [geomil@gte.net] on September 5, 1997:

I feel like I lost a memember of my own family, my wife and I both in tears. We will miss you Diana.

U.S.A.
From Jerry Jacopetti [opetti@ericnet.com] on September 5, 1997:

Thank you Diana for the brilliant albeit
brief light that you have shown upon us.
If any one of us can produce even a
fraction of the love, compassion, and
strength you have given us, then the
world would be a far better place in
which to live. May your light shine on
through your children and us all.

Canada
From Mariève [jjacob@total.net] on September 5, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Harry,
My name is Mariève,I'm 14 and I from Quebec in Canada.I want to say you that all the world is with you in the loss of your mother.

Your mother was not the British's Queen but she was more,she was the Queen of Hearts.

If you want to talk with me,you can write me everytime.

I love you forever!
Mariève

United States of America
From Paula J. Slaughter [slaughtr@clark.net] on September 5, 1997:

My prayers and deepest sympathy are extended to the Princes William and Harry on the passing of their mother, Diana, Princess of Wales. Her presence enriched all of our lives, and she will be missed.

usa
From louis raymundo Gonzales [bearcat661@aol.com] on September 5, 1997:

We,my wife and I are truly sorry for your loss.Our prayers are with you and your loved ones at this time of loss.....sincerly Louis/Joy

Canada
From Mariève Jacob [jjacob@total.net] on September 5, 1997:

Dear Royal Family,
My name is Mariève,I'm 14 and I from Quebec,in Canada.I'm really sorry for all of you because that's really hard to lost a member of our family.I think that it's not because Diana was a Princess that the world love her,but that she was a great women!I don't know Diana as you know her and I know that you are really sad,but I can say that I love her forever!!!
I'm really sorry for my
english and I wish that you excuse me.
All of my Condolence for you!
Diana,I love you forever!!!
Mariève of Quebec
XXX

USA
From Ami Lovelace [shakes15@hotmail.com] on September 5, 1997:

-In loving memory of Princess Diana,
Thank you for the inspiration.
I love you, and will miss you always.

An English Rose,
So dear, so sweet,
Never willing to admit defeat.

A caring petal,
A blossom of love,
The heartfelt sincerity,
That shined above.

Always helping,
Always there,
With so many charities,
Her soul she shared.

A loving mother,
An outstanding friend,
A remarkable speaker,
Never to be heard from again.

Dear Prince William and Prince Harry,

I cannot begin to express how deep my sympathy for your loss is. Your mother was a role model for people all over the world, especially myself. I am a 15 year old girl who was in great need of someone to look up to, and found your mother in that time of need. I just hope the both of you plan to carry on her legacy and her kindness to the people of the world. She was one of a kind, and will never be replaced.

In deepest sorrows,
Ami

USA
From Rose M Jones [rjones@mail.orion.org] on September 5, 1997:

A "Dove of Peace" new flies with the
angels. The World will remember a
beautiful soul. Keep her memory
close to your heart.

United States of America
From Lia Tamborra [Born2liv@aol.com] on September 5, 1997:

Dear Prince William and Prince Harry,
I live in New Jersey, in Ameica, it's right by New York. I'm only 12 years old, but I admired your mother a lot. I somewhat know how you feel, my father died when I was 5 years old. You are very nice boys from what I know. Your mother was a very spoecial person, helping ill people, being the most famous woman on the planet, and being a mother all at the same time. She was beautiful. Might I add, you look very much like her. I hope you read this. I really hope I get to meet you one day. Love, Lia

USA
From Raymond G. Heckard Jr. [rheckard@ionet.net] on September 5, 1997:

Prince William and Prince Harry you mother death has shake the world to its foundation. Her loss is felt by all who are suffering in every Nation around the globe. You must always remember that she is now your personal Angel who is now watching over you from the side of the Heavenly Father. In you life to come you must draw insperation from her in your every action.
Always remember that she has a love for you that is enternal that will live past the grave. Use her love to Govern your Nation with the compassion that she showed the suffering people around the world.
I hold the hope that your Father will do what is right and allow you the Prince William to assend to the Throne of England after your Grandmother. With the grace of God you will be a great King, Prince William as long as you rember the lessons of you mother taught you about people.
You loss is a great one that ones as young as you are should never be forced to endure.
Prince Harry remember that you mother now lives through you and your brother Prince William in all of you actions, make her proud in your life.
Prince William you will be a Great King as long as you remember that we all are of the same family, the human race.
God save and protect the Future King of England, Prince William.

Your freind in Christ,
Raymond G Heckard Jr.
OKC OK, USA

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