Prepare for what you will be writing a letter on the front. Remember that your relative will be interested in all the details of your life, even if in fact you live in the old way. In war, a normal life seems unattainable, and your letter is proof that it still exists.
Try to write the letter in a calm state, otherwise your anxiety and pain in addition to your faith will show through in the lines of the message, and is punishing the fighter. But these news need to support and strengthen the morale of the soldiers, and not to oppress him.
Start the letter with an appeal. If you are writing to a close relative or friend, do not skimp on the words "dear", "darling", "beloved". If in civilian life they are seldom of great importance, on the fronte valuable each of them. Be sure to put the date in the beginning of the letter (you can even specify the exact time). This will help the frontHovik to feel again with you, in this particular day and hour.
Tell us in the letter about all who are left at home soldier leaving for the front. Do not talk about illnesses and misfortunes, if no serious reason. You can mention that there were minor troubles, but now everything's fine. Describe in detail what you do (literally hourly), with whom I meet, what to talk about with other family members. In the warmest words Express the hope that soon you'll be together again.
Ask him to tell you in the next letter about his friends, about how he meets people, about how soon got your letter. Avoid questioning about the war. If need be you can, the fighter himself will write about it.
At the end of the letter to give greetings and salutations to all the relatives – near and far, friends and acquaintances. Ask to protect yourself and, if you are religious, make sure you tell them that you pray for him. Write that you look forward to his return soon. If you or your family members recently photographed, put in a letter to one of the photos.