Don't let the youth office oppress you - Letters from Shifchatjah to her friends.

I was very happy to see my parents again after a long time.

Dear Besorah, Chaninah, and Ishah,

How are you doing? I am doing okay.

On Monday I had my court hearing. After my hearing I was able to see my brothers and talk with them a little bit. We had a nice time.

Today my parents came, and Mr. Bishop. I was very happy to see my parents again after a long time. Now I can talk on the telephone with my parents and my brothers without anybody listening.

Keep on enduring, our Father will bless those who do not give up. I love you and miss you very much.

Your best friend,

Shifchatjah

P.S. Tell Noah greetings from me.

(Please write me, whenever you are able to.)

Don't let the youth office oppress you

Dear Nechonah,

It was nice to receive your letter. Often I have to think about the time with you in class. On Monday I had my court hearing. After the hearing I was allowed to see my brothers and talk to them.

I'm very happy that my letters are not being checked any more and that I don't to phone with speakers on.

On the weekend we went to a fair. Also we moved to another group, which is a little bit better.

Sometimes I ride horses, that is pretty nice. Also we had a feast here to honor Franciskus (a holy one of the Catholic Church). The people here think that he was like God because he took care of poor people.

I hope I can see you very soon. I love you very much and appreciate your endurance. You are not alone in the battle, we are all in a battle. Don't let the Youth Office oppress you.

I love you and miss you terribly.

Your best friend,

Shifchat-Jah

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