When someone you know lose their loved ones, which will definitely leaves them in a deep grief and great numbness. We the condoning party often finds it difficult to express our feeling towards their situation. Therefore, we tend to write them a sympathy card, but what to say in a sympathy card?
Everybody would want sympathy card to be written in such a wordings that will console the grieving party. You don’t need to use big words for sympathy card, you just need simple words that will get your message to the grieving party. Now, you have an idea of what to say in a sympathy card.
The main point in writing a sympathy card is that what you write must display your genuine concern and bonding for the deceased person, which of course it must be written in such that your concern and bonding are from a sincere heart. You can write spiritual messages, quote the bible if the person receiving the bible is a Christian.
It is very important to remember that your sympathy card to use these words as all of these words will help you convert your thoughts and feelings, which you expect to condone the grieving party. Words such as: sympathy, condolence, sorrow, sadness, deepest, difficult, heartfelt, warm, loving, loss, sadness, prayers, feel, and heart. These words are just some words that you can use to comfort the grieving party.
However, here are some of the lines you can use when you are writing a sympathy card:
– Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your lost.
– He/She will never be forgotten.
-We write you with heartfelt condolences at this sad time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
If tears could build a stairway and a memory lane, I will walk right up to heaven and bring you home again.
– Forever remembered, forever missed.
– Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, so loved, so missed, so dear.
– Please accept my condolences. We are deeply sorry to hear about the death of “(insert the name of deceased)”
This are few quotes that you can use to write in a sympathy card. It is generally acceptable but if you do feel like slipping your own creativity in, by all means go ahead.