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

Wording Your Sympathy Letter

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

When wording your sympathy letter, you can combine phrases and add warmth to your sympathy words. You could write a personal note or memory of the departed. This helps in recalling the special memories of the departed. This will greatly help in the healing journey of the bereaved and the rest of the family.

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

You an express your sympathies with thoughtful words like, ‘Please accept my sympathy for your father’s loss’, “As you grieve, know that I am remembering you and honoring the memory of your father’. You could also write words of appreciation about the deceased like, ‘He was an inspiration for me’ or “I will never forget him’.

By choosing the right wordings when making a sympathy letter, you can help the bereaved find comfort, strength and solace. You can help him or her come out of the sorrow by your meaningful words.

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