However, poor Yahoska seems more nervous about this new adventure than anything else. I try to remember how I felt at age 18, graduating high school and preparing for college. I do remember the fear I felt. I am praying Yahoska feels so peace in this new step in life.
I received a lovely final letter from her, detailing some things she has learned over the years. It's great to hear about how she loved attending her Compassion project.
Hello Esteemed Sponsor Kayla,
I hope you are healthy along with your whole family. I am writing this letter to you to tell you the following: I am very sad because I am finishing at my project and finishing my childhood and youth because I was three years old when I started at the project and here I had many beautiful experiences in the areas of spiritual, emotional, and physical. My teachers have taken care of my health and my studies and also training me as a student at the project. When it was my birthday, there was always a celebration with my classmates who were also having birthdays. We had medical checkups and I received medication. In December, I received Christmas gifts and things. I was very happy because I was part of the project and I know that everything was from your help. Without you, I would not have been able to receive all of the benefits that I received here. Thank you very much. I am happy for your great support, but I am also sad because I won't be here anymore. I ask that you are please able to support another boy or girl at a project as well as you supported me, so this child will also have the opportunity to have a beautiful life like me. I ask your prayers for my family and for my studies and also for my goals. I will be eternally grateful for your prayers. I will be praying for you and your family so that they continue in the way of God and that God pours many blessings onto your family. I say goodbye with so much love and with all the pain in my heart that I have to say goodbye to you. This will be my last letter to you.
With Much Love and Affection,