The best way to write a sympathy card is to be genuine and simply say what you feel

Express Your Sympathy through Card

Posted: March 7th, 2011 | Author: writer | Filed under: Articles and guides | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

When you come to know of the death of a friend, colleague or relative, the first thing you do is to offer your condolences. Words are often very difficult in times like these, thus you can best express your sympathy through sending a sympathy card. Your message can give comfort to the bereaved in this tough time in his or her life.

Although many people express their sympathies through flowers, the power or words is still the most effective. A written sympathy letter or a sympathy card best expresses your sincerest condolences. A sympathy card or letter should be soothing, sympathetic and reflect your own feelings and attachment to the deceased. When choosing a card or writing your letter, you can combine phrases and add some sayings. Feel free to write a personal note to share fond memories of the departed. This could help those left behind on their healing journey.

You can also write a few spiritual messages on your sympathy card. Remember, that what you may find very hard to utter, you can write them instead. Sympathy cards and letters will be read again and again by the bereaved and they could pass on to other family members. Grieving persons will be happy to receive words of sympathy from you.

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