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

How to Word Your Sympathy Letter

Posted: July 29th, 2011 | Author: writer | Filed under: Articles and guides | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

You can combine phrases and warmth to sympathy words when wording writing a sympathy letter. You may write a personal memory or note of the deceased. This helps in recalling fond memories of the deceased and will greatly help in the grieving person’s journey to healing along with the entire family.

You can use words such as ‘I share in your sorrow’, ‘my prayers and thoughts are with you’, ‘With our sincerest sympathy’ and many more. If you like, you can write spiritual messages like, ‘Our prayers and blessings surround you peacefully’, ‘May God give you strength’, “May God comfort and guide you’.

You can also express your condolences with thoughtful phrases such as, ‘Please accept my sympathy for your brother’s loss’, “As you grieve, I am remembering you and honoring the memory of your brother’. You could also write words of appreciation about the departed such as, ‘He will always be an inspiration for me’ or “He will never be forgotten’.

By choosing the right words when writing a sympathy letter, you can help the bereaved find solace, strength, peace and comfort. With gentle and meaningful words, you can help the bereaved come out of his or her sorrow.

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