This story is courtesy of Ernst Herzner Sen.... A year before his death, Franz Kafka had a very unusual experience. Strolling through the Steglitz park in Berlin, he found a girl crying heartbroken: she had lost her doll.
Kafka offered to help look for the doll and prepared to meet her the next day at the same place.
Unable to find the doll, he composed a letter "written" by the doll and read it when they met again: - “Please do not cry, I have gone on a trip to see the world. I'm going to write to you about my adventures ... "
This was the beginning of many letters.
When he and the girl met, he read these carefully composed letters of imaginary adventures about the beloved doll. The girl was comforted. When the meetings came to an end, Kafka gave her a doll. She obviously looked different from the original doll. An attached letter explained:
they have changed me ... "
Many years later, the now grown-up girl found a letter tucked into an unnoticed crack inside her wrist. In short, it said:
"Every thing you love is very likely to be lost, but in the end, love will return in a different way." Franz Kafka