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

Use Sympathy Card Sayings

Posted: June 8th, 2011 | Author: writer | Filed under: Articles and guides | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

The right sympathy sayings or condolence phrases is not easy to find. It is indeed very difficult to deal with loss. When you send a sympathy letter or card, it is often difficult to find words to say or phrasing your thoughts and feelings. It is necessary to look for sympathy card sayings you can use to convey your deepest sympathies to the person in grief.

There are several sympathy card sayings you can use and you can combine them and write what is natural and comfortable to you. Consider writing a fond memory or personal note about the deceased. A lot of people who received cards containing personal memories of the deceased helped them in the process of healing.  They like to recall special memories of the departed and sharing them brings warmth to the bereaved. Do no worry if you do not have a personal relationship with the deceased, your sympathy will still be appreciated.

Below are a few sympathy card sayings you can use:

1. My prayers and thoughts are with you.

2. You are in my prayers

3.  With deepest condolences

4. Accept my condolences

5. Remember that we love and care for you

6. As you grieve, know that you are in my thoughts and honoring your father’s memory.

7. Please accept my heartfelt sympathies for your loss.

8. My thoughts and with you and the whole family at this difficult time.

9. Remembering you and your mother in our minds and hearts.

10. With thoughts of peace and strength for you.

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