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

Sayings for Sympathy Cards

Posted: February 28th, 2011 | Author: writer | Filed under: Articles and guides | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

When it comes to sending sympathy cards and notes, it is often very hard to know what to write and how to phrase your feelings and thoughts. Nevertheless, you are free to combine phrases and sayings and write what is more comfortable and natural for you. Aside from the card, you should also write a personal note with fond thoughts of the deceased. Many people reveal that receiving sympathy cards have helped them in their long journey to healing.

If you prefer a pre-written sympathy card, choose one that best conveys your sincerest sympathies and your feelings towards the bereaved and the deceased. You can also add or insert sayings to add more comfort to the bereaved. Some sayings for sympathy cards include the following:

1. My thoughts and prayers are with you

2. You are in my thoughts

3. I am thinking of you

4. We are thinking of you at this difficult time

5. With deepest sympathy

6. With caring thoughts

7. Sent with love and remembrance

8. May God give you comfort and light your way

9. May you be comforted with the thought that your loved on has touched many lives and gave them the gift of many happy memories

10. In deepest sympathy

You can choose from hundreds of sayings and verses you can find on the internet. Remember to choose those that will best bring comfort to the grieving person. Sayings for sympathy cards add a personal touch to a pre-made sympathy card and will bring more comfort to the bereaved.

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