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Eulogy Guidance

This section provides guidance on how to wrie a Eulogy and how to get information for it by talking with the family. There are also example phrases, how to deliver the Eulogy, tips and examples. This is based upon a Funeral Director's practical and long experience.

If you have volunteered for the honour or have been asked to deliver a eulogy speech for the first time then we hope you will find the information useful. This should go some way towards helping you as you write your Eulogy speech.

Farewell My Friends - Gitanjali Ghei

It was beautiful as long as it lasted, the journey of my life, I have no regrets whatsoever, save the pain I'll leave behind.
Those dear hearts who love and care, and the heavy with sleep ever moist eyes, the smile in spite of a lump in the throat and the strings pulling at the heart and soul,
The strong arms that held me up when my own strength let me down, each morsel that I was fed with was full of love.
At every turning of my life I came across good friends, friends who stood by me, even when the time raced me by.
Farewell farewell my friends, I smile and bid you goodbye.
No, shed no tears, for I need them not, all I need is your smile, If you feel sad, do think of me, for that's what I'll like, when you live in the hearts of those you love, remember then...... you never die.

More information and other writings by Gitanjali Ghei can be found here Gitanjali Ghei: The girl who conquered death

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