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Sister Mittag Loses Her One and Only Son

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Will someone that knows Christine personally please set up a GoFundMe page for her and then place a link to it below? Thank you in advance

She didn't ask me for the favor but I am sure many would like to help out with a $1 if they knew how. If I set it up... I wouldn't know where or how to send the money to her.

Your  English  is  very  good....   and  bec.  is  the  shortcut  from  because,  thats  all,     We've  many  shortcuts  in  English  and  other  languages  to ~~~~  I  thi

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Oh  NO.....   she  is  a  sister-friend  of  my  long  long  time  pioneer  girlfriend  Renate !  She  was  just  some  days  away,  but  we  will  of  sure  help  Christine.  I  will  ask  her today,  bec. she  don't  know  from  that  big  loss...  I  also  just  read  it  here.  She  is  knowing  Christine  very  well.  Christine  was  coming  before  some  years  from  Indonesia  to  Hamburg !

I  wrote  a  comment  under  our  website - comment...  Will  tell  you  more  on  Saturday,  how  we  can  help  her  very  fast,  bec. Christine  need  a  quickly  flight  at  home,  yes !  WHAT  a  big  loss1f625.png  I also  have  only  one  son  -  but  he  is  living  near  me.  I  will  pray  for  her  and  family 1f64f.png

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Some  news......

Christine  Mittag  -  her  real  name  is  Sue,  bec. from  Indonesia,  she  don't  need  money,  said  my  girlfriend.  She  is  often  in  Indonesia....  and  now  on  the  way  again !  She  was  married  with  a  rich  German  man  -  so  NO  problems  with  money....   More  private  words  I  will  send  to  our  Librarian.  But  our  prayers  of  sure  will  help  her,  when  a  Mom  has  lost  her  son.... 1f64f.png1f625.png   Maybe  later,  some  words  more  about  all....

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Your  English  is  very  good....   and  bec.  is  the  shortcut  from  because,  thats  all,  :)   We've  many  shortcuts  in  English  and  other  languages  to ~~~~  I  think  so...

PS.  We   NOT  use  the  word   *Aleluya!*   by  such  of coversations,  bec. its  a  praise  ONLY  for  Jehovah 1f64f.png

Greetings  from  far  away  Germany,  Agape !

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