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How Purely Said Came About:

I was inspired to create Purely Said online audio download free of charge that contains encouraging sayings. Vocal artists would volunteer their voice for words of comfort. One set of audio tracks would be all women voiceover artists and one would be all men voiceover artists.

Each album which can be combined to create an inspirational CD would contain voice-over artists one or more of the following encouraging words:

Everything's going to be okay.
Everything's going to be all right.
You will be okay.
It's going to be all right.
You are going to be okay.
You're going to be all right.
You'll be okay.

Or whatever variation of the above they come up within the most compassionate way. Not all who donate their voice will be chosen. Those who donate their time to this endeavor will be credited name and website link.

The creation of these Purely Said audio tracks is meant to comfort those in need, and/or in pain. Seeking human comfort where there is none. Whether it's just before surgery and the person has no one or just someone suffering day to day ailments.

I can't tell you how many times I needed to hear these inspirational words and no one could or would say them to me in my hour of need. This burden to create comfort for others has been placed deeply upon my heart.

I had thought Purely Said would be a charity, but no money is requested except for the shipping and handling of the physical CDs should anyone wish to have one. This is simply purely offered.

For those who wish to have a physical Purely Said CD, postage and handling will be charged.

Though these files are copyrighted to PurelySaid.com, we do give permission for you to create CD's. Not to sell them, please see our Terms of Service for further information.

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Because this is so important I thought I'd share some examples you can physically see and hear in a film and TV series.

On the Blacklist season 2 episode 17 Red is holding Lizzie on a park bench and says "Do you know that everything is going to be okay? You're going to be okay." It aired March 26, 2014.

From Source Code, time frames noted: Source Code

39:39 "Tell me everything's going to be okay" he says. She replies "Everything's going to be okay."

Source Code 2

1:26:30 "Tell him everything is going to be okay."