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

Sympathy Letters

Posted: June 20th, 2011 | Author: writer | Filed under: Articles and guides | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

A sympathy letter is a great help for comforting someone suffering the loss of a loved one. You can use inspirational quotes and condolence messages and even poems to help you express your sympathy. Sympathy letters are nice ways to let the person know that he or she is in your prayers and thoughts. These letters will always be treasured and as a tribute to the departed. Moreover, these could be encouraging words for the person and the family.

In the moment of difficulty, condolence and felicitations could be a wonderful way to the bereaved the support he or she needs. Sympathy letters could be written in simple words explaining your support. When writing one, you should begin wit the proper salutation. Address the person’s loss and add a thought or memory about the departed that you can share. Close your letter with ‘sincerely’, ‘best wishes’ or ‘sincerely’.

When writing a sympathy letter, you should write a bit tactfully and follow a particular pattern. There are some etiquette that you have to follow, such as writing the letter by hand instead of typing or printing it, keep it simple and short. Moreover, you should also mention your relationship to the deceased or add an experience or memory with him or her. You could also write down the departed’s strengths and qualities.

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