When we seem all alone, we aren't. When we are fearful, God is with us. When we are hurting, the great comforter is near. Allow God to begin the healing of your spirit today.
We don't have to always be strong. Sometimes being weak is where we heal. But God and time will make us strong again. May that strength come to you today.
Eulogies are important for the grieving family or families who hear the story of your loved one. A eulogy can touch a heart and bring about the beginnings of healing and hope.Eulogies are for the living and not the dead. Look at eulogy samples and eulogy examples on The Eulogy Writers site and others.
Never Alone in Our Grief
When we grieve we are never alone. That is a truth that helps us get through.
Eulogy is spelled "eulogy." Eulogies are written to express grief and loss and to tell the story of a loved one's life. Writing a eulogy is often wonderful therapy and a balm for the soul.
My nephew wrote a eulogy for his grandmother. It is touching and wonderful....
by Corey Rosen:
On Rosh Hashana it is written, and on Yom Kippur it is sealed.
My grandmother Evelyn Eisman Rosen (Yocheved bat Miriam v'Chanoch) died today, Yom Kippur morning, at the age of 91, her fate having been sealed ten days prior.
Those of you who know my family know that she wasn't the same grandma for the last ten or so years, since her stroke.
My grandparents were married for 70 years and my grandfather took care of her almost single-handedly right until the end, refusing the help that we always offered because she was his wife and it was his job. These last few years grandpa really lived the line "in sickness and in health".
Even the last few years when she couldn't remember our names, you could see in her face when you walked in the room that it registered that we were someone important to her and that she was happy to see us.
A stroke and dementia could never dampen grandma's "devilish sense of humor" (quote from Kelli), once having fed her oblivious coworkers chocolate covered crickets, another time teaching a Spanish class despite not speaking the language, even until the end when she called me awkward at seder a few years ago, causing the whole room to crack up. Now you all know where my dad gets it from.
I realized the other day that I have my grandma to thank for my fascination with genealogy and our family's history. When I was little I would come over and pull out the family albums that she put together and make her go over all the relationships she typed out (on her typewriter!) and tell me stories about her Bubba and Zayda and her many loving cousins.
My head is spinning with emotion from the power of this Holy Day, which ended on a bittersweet note. Bitter that my grandma is no longer with us, but sweet in that she is no longer suffering.
Everyone who knew "Evy" loved her, you couldn't not.
Pour yourself a whiskey sour in my grandma's honor (her drink of choice).
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May God bring you healing in your time of grief and peace as you learn to live without the person you have loved.
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Steve Schafer has written hundreds of eulogies. He has been a minister for over thirty five years. He believes that every person deserves to have their life story told in a sensitive, thorough, and wonderful way.