Message to Put on Sympathy Card?


A good message is one in which you have ensured that your sympathy and bereavement messages are relatively short, it is alright to convey how much that person meant to you and how much you will miss them but be sure not include phrases such as Time will heal all wounds or It was his time to go.
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Think about the person who has passed. If you knew the person very well, this part may even help you deal with your own feelings of loss. What made the person special? Be specific
My condolences, my sympathies.
I haven't done it yet but it's going to be "You're my favourite problem." Kinda inspired by this lovely quote- "There’s no right person, just different flavors
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There are many good messages that can be put on sympathy cards. The writer should always remember to be sensitive to the person's sorrow, here are some of the good massages: I want you to know that I am here for you at this time of grieving, You are in my thoughts and prayers, With heartfelt condolences, Please accept my condolences ,I am sorry for your loss ,The more you are blessed, the more it hurts when you loose that blessing, We are all left with a large hole from our loss and we will have to trust God to fill it.
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