Letter from Teacher Elisabetta Dall’Oro To Marco & Gloria who died on June 14, 2017, in the fire of the Grenfell Tower in London. This year I served as a support teacher at the Comprehensive School "G. Toniolo" in San Stino di Livenza, in the province of Venice, and I met Marco's mother by
The frightful situation of the tower has made once more the high virtues of our children known to Italy.
Will life ever be free from these terrible exploitations and sufferings?
It was a true privilege to share a part of that beautiful, but sometimes incomprehensible fairy tale that is our life, which one day enabled us to meet by chance like all the most beautiful things. And it is thanks also to you Gloria, for having captured the heart of our friend with so
"An open hand to give, an open hand to receive" this is the Open hand that delivers concepts of generosity, opportunity and friendship with it, could a badge that bears all these values be given by someone else if not from you? I would say not.
A reality that is too great, the journey of an incomprehensible destiny.
It seems strange to write a letter without having known you, nevertheless there are times when it is not really necessary, it feels like we are as close as siblings, that is how you make me feel
We Jews have a tradition of planting trees, we have a custom where we say “may there be Infinities of Spring” rather than using flowers.
You are always in our hearts.
I cannot get it out of my mind what has happened to you, it is so irrational, I cannot conceive such a great thing.