Funeral Memorial Cards
By Jitske Memoli
Writing is a great outlet for people who find it hard to
speak out and discuss their true feelings and emotions.
Giving written letters, messages and notes for almost
all occasions, from celebration to grieving, are very
thoughtful and sincere present to anyone. From happy
memories to sad thoughts, letters are written to
remember the good times and offer sympathy to a person
or to the whole family. Enduring the death of a loved
one is one hard thing to accept and it would take weeks,
and even years, for the pain to just go away and to
properly accept that everyone has to die eventually.
Through writing, the grief and mourning of the family
members and closest friends can be eased with a simple,
sincere and genuine message or a note. Funeral memorial
cards are usually given to the deceased family. But
writing the appropriate statements for it will take time
and can be really hard to anyone. Below are some tips on
writing messages for your funeral memorial cards.
Keep in mind to keep your messages brief but concise.
Avoid writing long notes and further elaborating things
that you want to say. Focus on the most important things
that you and the deceased have specially shares,
particularly if you are really close to the person. Put
in words how important the deceased person is in your
life, how your meeting of him or her has totally changed
your life and has given you a rather whole new outlook
to living life. Conveying your respect and gratitude to
the deceased person with writing funeral memorial cards
to the family is a great way to ease to sadness his or
her relatives are feeling. Write your full name at the
end of your card for the family to know where the card
came from. Also, indicating your name is a sign that you
are very sincere with the sympathy and condolences you
are giving to the family in this tough times. They will
definitely appreciate this sincere and genuine gesture,
and will be pleased about that.
Through condolences or sympathy notes or cards, you can
express and communicate what your thoughts and feelings
are. You either send them in advance to the family or
bring them in person in the funeral service. Cards are
very thoughtful, especially if you would give a nice
flower arrangement that could go together with it.
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