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Ideas For Writing A Eulogy Speech
FIND INSPIRATIONS FOR IDEAS and
write down your thoughts and feelings. If you are having trouble
deciding what to even mention in your eulogy, find inspiration from
outside yourself. There are many different ways to do this.
You can flip through old photo albums, or watch old home videos.
Look at scrapbooks, or any other items that can help conjure up old
memories, stories, or feelings about your loved one. Ask friends
and family members for their stories and fond memories.
Remember that the burden of the eulogy is not yours completely.
It is perfectly fine to say, “I was chatting with Aunt Barb, and she
was telling me about the time Kevin, one summer, shaved his head with
his youngest son. That just reminded me of how spontaneous and
silly he was around his children.”
Sometimes someone had many negative qualities. It is fine to
touch upon these things. However, say them in a courteous tone,
and remember that there is an audience there as well. You are the
best judge of what can be said.
Remember to just be honest, and
everyone will appreciate the eulogy.
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