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August 1st, 2054
It has been ages since I last heard from you and the last letter I received has been all that has kept me going. I had trouble getting this sent as the couriers here are being difficult. The Anglian militia is very observant, almost as observant as you. They seem to prevent any undesirable correspondence out of Delhi. The Anglian militias weren’t as common here before you left but have gotten out of hand. Our leaders are struggling to prevent uprisings and resources are scarce. Teaching used to be my only escape but now it feels hollow. The children no longer come to class and I cry every evening thinking of our children. I miss them so much my love. I miss you as well. Why haven’t you written as much? Javier was the best courier and the most reliable. He was a bit careless but nobody was as reliable in delivering undesirable correspondence. I mustn’t write anymore, my energy is lower and without water there is little point. I hope that I hear from you before I am gone. I dream of you every evening. Please, don’t take any unnecessary risks.
I love you,
मुझे पासवर्ड मिला यह आपको हमारी बेटी को बचाने में मदद करेगा।
mujhe paasavard mila yah aapako hamaaree betee ko bachaane mein madad karega.