Condolence Message Sample
Dear Aunty Samina,
AOA. Finally, death came to Uncle Mahmood relieving him of worries and agonies of this transit world, survived by three family members. Firstly accept my condolence message on his death. I was at Faislabad, the other day, Aunty Ammati, was seized with panic and fear, as the news of her last brother’s un-easiness reached her. Tears rolled on her cheeks. The whole of our family, settled Rahim Yar Khan, is deeply grieved at this sad demise of Uncle Mehmood. Accept our hearty condolence message on his death. We pray for eternal peace in the next world. The male members of Nana Qari Abdur-Rehmen ended in the exit of Mr. Mehmood. You must have looked at my condolence letter, E-mailed to your late husband, some months ago, regarding migration to Pakistan, for buttressing recognition and identification of descendents to the Pakistani dwellers, particularly, the Faislabad relatives, I re-iterate my useful and prudent suggestion, if you don’t mind. That being in London, intermarriages with the London or Pakistani dwellers, (Relatives) if arranged, then, the cohesive ties will be cemented forever, for the consolidation of dynastic ties, bringing families beyond, together. This is a future oriented way you must follow. This my humble and far-sighted advice will be approved when discussed, after off hand overwhelming, distraught and onerous moments subside, in a restive and mild environment, with those who may come into contact with the bereaved family. My younger brother Rashid Ahmad Ludhanvi, will visit Landon in near future, and offer condolence message personally, and on behalf of the whole family. I hope you too, will keep on contact here, in Pakistan, off & on. Now, you must struggle for survival with intrepid heart, against all odds, for achieving her husband’s dreams, to keep an undertaking planned by your late husband. Yours is a welfare State believing in respect and succour for the aged, the poor, the languished and the ailing ones, irrespective of what one believes in, and also irrespective of caste, creed and colour. So you are fortunate enough to be in London. There is no substitute for your orator departed Mr. Mehmood, but you, like others residing here, will not face financial hardship.
Mention me to the kids and others known to me.
Shabbir Ahmad Ludhanvi (M.A)
New York, USA
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