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Willow Ravenwright
Willow Ravenwright
I only recently read TFIOS and something made me wanted to get TSWGO.... and let me say ow glad I am that I did. I have found Esther's love, her courage, and her story compelling and sweet. As a survivor of Stage II thyroid cancer myself, it is brought home to me even more now. When I wear the colors for thyroid cancer awareness, I will wear them for Esther as much as myself and others who struggle with this disease. 
Shine On, Esther. I cannot wait to see you in Heaven. 
Taylor Nicole
Taylor Nicole
Esther, I've known about you for a couple years now and was so inspired by your story. I immediately fell in love with you. You've impacted my life greatly and made me realize the more important things in life. For you to be 16 and to be so mature but to still have a humorous side is amazing. I look up at the stars at night and find the one shining the brightest. Because I know that's you. I've recently read This Star Wont Go Out and read even more about you. Esther I feel like you were my best friend even though I never got the chance to meet you. Esther I love you <3
Gabriela Melo
Gabriela Melo
Esther, your history is so much inspiring for all people around the world! I'm learning so much with you... First of all, to appreciate the life, appreciate a little beautiful details. You was a star in this world, and now, you're an angel. I think you're beside the angels in the sky. God sent you for to teach the people to be better. I'm thankful to know your history and learn from it.
joanna proffitt
Joanna Proffitt
I have just started the book but can already clearly see Esther's personality shining through. Spunky, wise, courageous and funny are words I would use to describe Esther. I am sure you would agree and add a hundred more! At 16, I was also concerned with kissing boys but am quite certain that I did not possess the maturity or wisdom Esther had. Perhaps her illness forced her to grow up more quickly? I plan on doing something in her memory on her upcoming birthday. I'm not sure what yet but something to spread her light and love, something she would be proud of, something that would make her smile. Thank you so much for sharing her story with the world. xoxo,
Clara Veloso
Clara Veloso
dear esther,

I hope that where you are able to read all these wonderful messages that leave here on your page. Your friend John Green wrote a wonderful book in honor of you (can already be proud). The book of your life is extraordinary! It's a shame that the world has lost a star like you! Rest in Peace Star!
Hailey Brown
Hailey Brown.
Hello Esther:]
I just wanted to go ahead and say thank you so much for everything. The book that you inspired John to write has changed my life and brought me into the wonderful world of Nerdfighteria.
Ever since I joined this community I feel like I'm learning about myself and finding me, which is a huge relief.
Nerdfighteria has impacted me in ways you couldn't imagine.
I hope you're doing well on the other side Esther. I don't know what I would have done without Nerdfighteria and John and Hank and all the nerdfighters' support.  So thank you again. 
Samantha Sena
Samantha Sena
Hi Esther!!!
I'm Samantha, I really honestly don't know you but I'm hoping wherever you are and however your doing that your happy. I just started reading The Fault in Our Stars and its amazing, considering I'm a thirteen year old girl with no life this book is possibly the best thing thats ever happened to me. I really like greek mythology and ancient cultures and. . .  stuff XD so anyway I wish you a happy morning afternoon and night and eat some pie. . . .  Seriously eat some pie its good for you , or cake, pastries are good too. NERDFIGHTERS WHOOHOOO



Erin Ralph Johnson
Erin DFTBA
Hi Esther!

I never knew you when you were alive, which is so sad for me! I found out about your lovely, heart wrenching story through John Green's The Fault In Our Stars, which I happened to read clearly at God's nudging. I am so grateful to know of you and your story, to have been able to connect with your parents on Facebook (I love that they're so sweet and accessible!) and be able to be apart of this amazing story. I hope you're having an amazing time in Heaven...how could you not??? I can't wait to see you when I eventually get there (hopefully many moons from now!). In the meantime I wanted to express my love and gratitude for your awesomeness! I am a better person because of you! 

~Erin 

Dilekk Kısacık
Dilekk Kısacık
Hi Esther... you and I recognized all over the world. God loves you so it must be you must be. In the world we would have been left. I am in Turkey, if you are with your family and all the while touring the country this is a little... but it seems impossible under the Stars of the film and kitanindan after this story cannot be empty then I said, I have heard thee I have read, watched, I knew I love You... Esther, we wait for us in heaven...
Sarah Friedman
Sarah Friedman
I am almost done reading This Star Won't Go Out! I really wish I got the chance to meet Esther because I think we would have a lot to talk about as I am also a major fan of Harry Potter! I found out about Hazel through an amazing author John Green. I watched vlog brothers and John would talk about Esther and so later on I found some of Esther's video blogs and I just fell in love with them! Esther is a really big inspiration to me!


REST IN AWESOME!!!!
Sarah Friedman
Sarah Friedman
It's been a few years since Esther passed away but I just wanted to let her know that I am currently reading her book This Star Won't Go Out and it has inspired me to keep a journal because I have been going through a lot this year and being a 13 year old girl I wasn't really sure how to handle my emotions and keeping a journal has really helped! I hope you're having fun in heaven please say hi to my grandma for me! Love Sarah
Cassie Mitchell
Cassie Mitchell
July 10, 2014 Thursday 12:00pm


I have been reading This Star Won't Go Out and I can't tell you how much of an inspiration Esther is to me. I found out about this amazing book from the phenomenal author John Green. About a year ago I read a book titled The Fault In Our Stars by him and I read who it was dedicated to. So I finished TFIOS and then looked up Esther's name and I found the book. I got the book after begging for quite a bit and I am so happy that I have the book. I also watch John and Hank's videos on YouTube, which is where I heard about the book again. Esther has been such an inspiration and I also write journals. I was happy to find out that she wrote too. I also donated 10 inches of my hair in honor of Hazel Grace Lancaster and Esther for my birthday in March.


Long Live Esther Grace Earl. Xx








Ias Queiroz
Ias Queiroz
Hi, my name is Iasmim, 16 years old and I'm from Brazil. I bought the book This Star Won't Go Out and I'm in love with the story, the Esther's story is amazing. And I wanna say thank you to her family and friends. It's a amazing story and perfect, I would like to know her but.. So, that is it.. And I wanna say thank you to John Green too 'cause I read the fault in our stars and I didn't know that this book was inspired on her.. Rest in peace Esther.. we love you!
Cristina Yang
Alex
Hello!
My name is Alexandra, 25 years old and I'm from Germany. I first read John Green's "The fault in our stars" and then noticed the dedication to Esther.
I just looked this up, stumbled over TSWGO and ordered the book immediately.
I really was touched about all of you struggling for and with Esther. I was touched about her way of thinking about life. About herself living life to its fullest. About her funny comments and her thoughtful ones.
Now, after finishing this book, I also have to say that Esther leaves some impression on me. I haven't known her, I even didn't know about her existence but just by reading this book or watching her videos - although I still don't know her, she touches me deep in my heart.

Dear Esther, you ARE incredibly AWESOME! In your whole human being - you're awesome. I really hope that you now can run around without any oxygen machine, laughing a lot and enjoying yourself (and writing books!).

Dear family of Esther,
please continue having the faith and strength to live life to its fullest, too!
There's nothing greater for a child to experience the love and support of its family. I'm sure (and I'm also sure you know) that Esther was really greatful to you all! Thank you for sharing her thoughts and feelings with this book with the world. Let her friends know her even better and other people, too.
Taylor Nicole
Taylor Nicole
Esther, I've known about you for a couple years now and was so inspired by your story. I immediately fell in love with you. You've impacted my life greatly and made me realize the more important things in life. For you to be 16 and to be so mature but to still have a humorous side is amazing. I look up at the stars at night and find the one shining the brightest. Because I know that's you. I've recently read This Star Wont Go Out and read even more about you. Esther I feel like you were my best friend even though I never got the chance to meet you. Esther I love you <3
Clara Veloso
Clara Veloso
dear esther,

I hope that where you are able to read all these wonderful messages that leave here on your page. Your friend John Green wrote a wonderful book in honor of you (can already be proud). The book of your life is extraordinary! It's a shame that the world has lost a star like you! Rest in Peace Star!
Hailey Brown
Hailey Brown.
Hello Esther:]
I just wanted to go ahead and say thank you so much for everything. The book that you inspired John to write has changed my life and brought me into the wonderful world of Nerdfighteria.
Ever since I joined this community I feel like I'm learning about myself and finding me, which is a huge relief.
Nerdfighteria has impacted me in ways you couldn't imagine.
I hope you're doing well on the other side Esther. I don't know what I would have done without Nerdfighteria and John and Hank and all the nerdfighters' support.  So thank you again. 
Samantha Sena
Samantha Sena
Hi Esther!!!
I'm Samantha, I really honestly don't know you but I'm hoping wherever you are and however your doing that your happy. I just started reading The Fault in Our Stars and its amazing, considering I'm a thirteen year old girl with no life this book is possibly the best thing thats ever happened to me. I really like greek mythology and ancient cultures and. . .  stuff XD so anyway I wish you a happy morning afternoon and night and eat some pie. . . .  Seriously eat some pie its good for you , or cake, pastries are good too. NERDFIGHTERS WHOOHOOO



Dilekk Kısacık
Dilekk Kısacık
Hi Esther... you and I recognized all over the world. God loves you so it must be you must be. In the world we would have been left. I am in Turkey, if you are with your family and all the while touring the country this is a little... but it seems impossible under the Stars of the film and kitanindan after this story cannot be empty then I said, I have heard thee I have read, watched, I knew I love You... Esther, we wait for us in heaven...
Sarah Friedman
Sarah Friedman
It's been a few years since Esther passed away but I just wanted to let her know that I am currently reading her book This Star Won't Go Out and it has inspired me to keep a journal because I have been going through a lot this year and being a 13 year old girl I wasn't really sure how to handle my emotions and keeping a journal has really helped! I hope you're having fun in heaven please say hi to my grandma for me! Love Sarah
Ias Queiroz
Ias Queiroz
Hi, my name is Iasmim, 16 years old and I'm from Brazil. I bought the book This Star Won't Go Out and I'm in love with the story, the Esther's story is amazing. And I wanna say thank you to her family and friends. It's a amazing story and perfect, I would like to know her but.. So, that is it.. And I wanna say thank you to John Green too 'cause I read the fault in our stars and I didn't know that this book was inspired on her.. Rest in peace Esther.. we love you!
Willow Ravenwright
Willow Ravenwright
I only recently read TFIOS and something made me wanted to get TSWGO.... and let me say ow glad I am that I did. I have found Esther's love, her courage, and her story compelling and sweet. As a survivor of Stage II thyroid cancer myself, it is brought home to me even more now. When I wear the colors for thyroid cancer awareness, I will wear them for Esther as much as myself and others who struggle with this disease. 
Shine On, Esther. I cannot wait to see you in Heaven. 
Gabriela Melo
Gabriela Melo
Esther, your history is so much inspiring for all people around the world! I'm learning so much with you... First of all, to appreciate the life, appreciate a little beautiful details. You was a star in this world, and now, you're an angel. I think you're beside the angels in the sky. God sent you for to teach the people to be better. I'm thankful to know your history and learn from it.
joanna proffitt
Joanna Proffitt
I have just started the book but can already clearly see Esther's personality shining through. Spunky, wise, courageous and funny are words I would use to describe Esther. I am sure you would agree and add a hundred more! At 16, I was also concerned with kissing boys but am quite certain that I did not possess the maturity or wisdom Esther had. Perhaps her illness forced her to grow up more quickly? I plan on doing something in her memory on her upcoming birthday. I'm not sure what yet but something to spread her light and love, something she would be proud of, something that would make her smile. Thank you so much for sharing her story with the world. xoxo,
Erin Ralph Johnson
Erin DFTBA
Hi Esther!

I never knew you when you were alive, which is so sad for me! I found out about your lovely, heart wrenching story through John Green's The Fault In Our Stars, which I happened to read clearly at God's nudging. I am so grateful to know of you and your story, to have been able to connect with your parents on Facebook (I love that they're so sweet and accessible!) and be able to be apart of this amazing story. I hope you're having an amazing time in Heaven...how could you not??? I can't wait to see you when I eventually get there (hopefully many moons from now!). In the meantime I wanted to express my love and gratitude for your awesomeness! I am a better person because of you! 

~Erin 

Sarah Friedman
Sarah Friedman
I am almost done reading This Star Won't Go Out! I really wish I got the chance to meet Esther because I think we would have a lot to talk about as I am also a major fan of Harry Potter! I found out about Hazel through an amazing author John Green. I watched vlog brothers and John would talk about Esther and so later on I found some of Esther's video blogs and I just fell in love with them! Esther is a really big inspiration to me!


REST IN AWESOME!!!!
Cassie Mitchell
Cassie Mitchell
July 10, 2014 Thursday 12:00pm


I have been reading This Star Won't Go Out and I can't tell you how much of an inspiration Esther is to me. I found out about this amazing book from the phenomenal author John Green. About a year ago I read a book titled The Fault In Our Stars by him and I read who it was dedicated to. So I finished TFIOS and then looked up Esther's name and I found the book. I got the book after begging for quite a bit and I am so happy that I have the book. I also watch John and Hank's videos on YouTube, which is where I heard about the book again. Esther has been such an inspiration and I also write journals. I was happy to find out that she wrote too. I also donated 10 inches of my hair in honor of Hazel Grace Lancaster and Esther for my birthday in March.


Long Live Esther Grace Earl. Xx








Cristina Yang
Alex
Hello!
My name is Alexandra, 25 years old and I'm from Germany. I first read John Green's "The fault in our stars" and then noticed the dedication to Esther.
I just looked this up, stumbled over TSWGO and ordered the book immediately.
I really was touched about all of you struggling for and with Esther. I was touched about her way of thinking about life. About herself living life to its fullest. About her funny comments and her thoughtful ones.
Now, after finishing this book, I also have to say that Esther leaves some impression on me. I haven't known her, I even didn't know about her existence but just by reading this book or watching her videos - although I still don't know her, she touches me deep in my heart.

Dear Esther, you ARE incredibly AWESOME! In your whole human being - you're awesome. I really hope that you now can run around without any oxygen machine, laughing a lot and enjoying yourself (and writing books!).

Dear family of Esther,
please continue having the faith and strength to live life to its fullest, too!
There's nothing greater for a child to experience the love and support of its family. I'm sure (and I'm also sure you know) that Esther was really greatful to you all! Thank you for sharing her thoughts and feelings with this book with the world. Let her friends know her even better and other people, too.
Gabriela Melo
Gabriela Melo
Esther, your history is so much inspiring for all people around the world! I'm learning so much with you... First of all, to appreciate the life, appreciate a little beautiful details. You was a star in this world, and now, you're an angel. I think you're beside the angels in the sky. God sent you for to teach the people to be better. I'm thankful to know your history and learn from it.
Clara Veloso
Clara Veloso
dear esther,

I hope that where you are able to read all these wonderful messages that leave here on your page. Your friend John Green wrote a wonderful book in honor of you (can already be proud). The book of your life is extraordinary! It's a shame that the world has lost a star like you! Rest in Peace Star!
Dilekk Kısacık
Dilekk Kısacık
Hi Esther... you and I recognized all over the world. God loves you so it must be you must be. In the world we would have been left. I am in Turkey, if you are with your family and all the while touring the country this is a little... but it seems impossible under the Stars of the film and kitanindan after this story cannot be empty then I said, I have heard thee I have read, watched, I knew I love You... Esther, we wait for us in heaven...
Cassie Mitchell
Cassie Mitchell
July 10, 2014 Thursday 12:00pm


I have been reading This Star Won't Go Out and I can't tell you how much of an inspiration Esther is to me. I found out about this amazing book from the phenomenal author John Green. About a year ago I read a book titled The Fault In Our Stars by him and I read who it was dedicated to. So I finished TFIOS and then looked up Esther's name and I found the book. I got the book after begging for quite a bit and I am so happy that I have the book. I also watch John and Hank's videos on YouTube, which is where I heard about the book again. Esther has been such an inspiration and I also write journals. I was happy to find out that she wrote too. I also donated 10 inches of my hair in honor of Hazel Grace Lancaster and Esther for my birthday in March.


Long Live Esther Grace Earl. Xx








Willow Ravenwright
Willow Ravenwright
I only recently read TFIOS and something made me wanted to get TSWGO.... and let me say ow glad I am that I did. I have found Esther's love, her courage, and her story compelling and sweet. As a survivor of Stage II thyroid cancer myself, it is brought home to me even more now. When I wear the colors for thyroid cancer awareness, I will wear them for Esther as much as myself and others who struggle with this disease. 
Shine On, Esther. I cannot wait to see you in Heaven. 
Samantha Sena
Samantha Sena
Hi Esther!!!
I'm Samantha, I really honestly don't know you but I'm hoping wherever you are and however your doing that your happy. I just started reading The Fault in Our Stars and its amazing, considering I'm a thirteen year old girl with no life this book is possibly the best thing thats ever happened to me. I really like greek mythology and ancient cultures and. . .  stuff XD so anyway I wish you a happy morning afternoon and night and eat some pie. . . .  Seriously eat some pie its good for you , or cake, pastries are good too. NERDFIGHTERS WHOOHOOO



Sarah Friedman
Sarah Friedman
I am almost done reading This Star Won't Go Out! I really wish I got the chance to meet Esther because I think we would have a lot to talk about as I am also a major fan of Harry Potter! I found out about Hazel through an amazing author John Green. I watched vlog brothers and John would talk about Esther and so later on I found some of Esther's video blogs and I just fell in love with them! Esther is a really big inspiration to me!


REST IN AWESOME!!!!
Ias Queiroz
Ias Queiroz
Hi, my name is Iasmim, 16 years old and I'm from Brazil. I bought the book This Star Won't Go Out and I'm in love with the story, the Esther's story is amazing. And I wanna say thank you to her family and friends. It's a amazing story and perfect, I would like to know her but.. So, that is it.. And I wanna say thank you to John Green too 'cause I read the fault in our stars and I didn't know that this book was inspired on her.. Rest in peace Esther.. we love you!
Taylor Nicole
Taylor Nicole
Esther, I've known about you for a couple years now and was so inspired by your story. I immediately fell in love with you. You've impacted my life greatly and made me realize the more important things in life. For you to be 16 and to be so mature but to still have a humorous side is amazing. I look up at the stars at night and find the one shining the brightest. Because I know that's you. I've recently read This Star Wont Go Out and read even more about you. Esther I feel like you were my best friend even though I never got the chance to meet you. Esther I love you <3
joanna proffitt
Joanna Proffitt
I have just started the book but can already clearly see Esther's personality shining through. Spunky, wise, courageous and funny are words I would use to describe Esther. I am sure you would agree and add a hundred more! At 16, I was also concerned with kissing boys but am quite certain that I did not possess the maturity or wisdom Esther had. Perhaps her illness forced her to grow up more quickly? I plan on doing something in her memory on her upcoming birthday. I'm not sure what yet but something to spread her light and love, something she would be proud of, something that would make her smile. Thank you so much for sharing her story with the world. xoxo,
Hailey Brown
Hailey Brown.
Hello Esther:]
I just wanted to go ahead and say thank you so much for everything. The book that you inspired John to write has changed my life and brought me into the wonderful world of Nerdfighteria.
Ever since I joined this community I feel like I'm learning about myself and finding me, which is a huge relief.
Nerdfighteria has impacted me in ways you couldn't imagine.
I hope you're doing well on the other side Esther. I don't know what I would have done without Nerdfighteria and John and Hank and all the nerdfighters' support.  So thank you again. 
Erin Ralph Johnson
Erin DFTBA
Hi Esther!

I never knew you when you were alive, which is so sad for me! I found out about your lovely, heart wrenching story through John Green's The Fault In Our Stars, which I happened to read clearly at God's nudging. I am so grateful to know of you and your story, to have been able to connect with your parents on Facebook (I love that they're so sweet and accessible!) and be able to be apart of this amazing story. I hope you're having an amazing time in Heaven...how could you not??? I can't wait to see you when I eventually get there (hopefully many moons from now!). In the meantime I wanted to express my love and gratitude for your awesomeness! I am a better person because of you! 

~Erin 

Sarah Friedman
Sarah Friedman
It's been a few years since Esther passed away but I just wanted to let her know that I am currently reading her book This Star Won't Go Out and it has inspired me to keep a journal because I have been going through a lot this year and being a 13 year old girl I wasn't really sure how to handle my emotions and keeping a journal has really helped! I hope you're having fun in heaven please say hi to my grandma for me! Love Sarah
Cristina Yang
Alex
Hello!
My name is Alexandra, 25 years old and I'm from Germany. I first read John Green's "The fault in our stars" and then noticed the dedication to Esther.
I just looked this up, stumbled over TSWGO and ordered the book immediately.
I really was touched about all of you struggling for and with Esther. I was touched about her way of thinking about life. About herself living life to its fullest. About her funny comments and her thoughtful ones.
Now, after finishing this book, I also have to say that Esther leaves some impression on me. I haven't known her, I even didn't know about her existence but just by reading this book or watching her videos - although I still don't know her, she touches me deep in my heart.

Dear Esther, you ARE incredibly AWESOME! In your whole human being - you're awesome. I really hope that you now can run around without any oxygen machine, laughing a lot and enjoying yourself (and writing books!).

Dear family of Esther,
please continue having the faith and strength to live life to its fullest, too!
There's nothing greater for a child to experience the love and support of its family. I'm sure (and I'm also sure you know) that Esther was really greatful to you all! Thank you for sharing her thoughts and feelings with this book with the world. Let her friends know her even better and other people, too.