Dear Woman Weeping On The Subway,
At first you just looked sad, which made me wish I could help you, though I quickly went back to my reading without a second thought about it. Then you started weeping–and I don’t mean I secretly caught a tear. You were close to wailing. I felt extremely guilty. I had no idea what I should do. Worse than that, I was more concerned with what was socially acceptable than helping another human being. Even after you were approached by several other riders, I still hesitated. I’m sorry. I’m really sorry. When you suddenly got up to leave at what seemed like a random stop, I wanted to follow you.
I was afraid you would jump or harm youself in another way. Even though I am almost a week too late, I just wanted to say: I’m sorry. I’m sorry I was too scared to offer you some kind words. I’m also sorry for whatever happened. Whatever it is, it will get better. You seemed kind and sincere, and I am sure that life has something wonderful planned for you soon.
I hope you found someone to talk to that day. I hope you confided in a person who loves you absolutely and completely and you felt better after. I wish for you, in this letter to the universe, kindness and respect from others. I hope you are treated well and receive the understanding you deserve.
The girl telepathically sending you her sympathies and well wishes