It was very concise and short.
I’m going to try to use this letter to make sure that you understand what I wrote and not think that I’m trying to cheat you out of money.
If I ever have to give this letter out, I’m not going to have to get the money back because I don’t want to lose you.
I have to go into detail to show that I have tried to keep your money.
I wrote it on the last page, but I want you to know that I tried to be as detailed as possible.
I thought that if you knew what I did, you’d say, “Wow, that’s amazing.
That’s really helpful.”
And it is, but the problem is that the word “helpful” is not really what I was trying to convey.
So if you do read the letter, I think you’ll find that I was using the word, “help,” a lot and I thought, “This is not what I meant,” and that’s what makes the letter so hard to understand.
If you have any problems with this letter, please let me know.
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