conveying appreciation at times has no words. therefore how to begin this expression without having to say repeatedly the following sentence: There are no words to express...."

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  • Are you speaking or writing a letter? And is the issue that you want to express gratidute nevertheless, and just want an altrenate beginning to “Words can not express but...” – Damila Mar 15 at 5:41
  • ...no words to express... is a popular and strong idiom which is better than any single word substitution. – Kris Mar 15 at 10:16

I am overwhelmed by your generosity... (or “by your kindness/support/whatever”)

Be careful though, becuause overwhelmed itself has connotations of being associated wth negative emotions like grief or sadness or of being overwhelmed with work. This idiom turns it around.

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