Words of Condolence

We are not born knowing what the perfect words of condolence are. We learn by experience and finding the wording for a sympathy card often overwhelms us.

It's never easy for us when someone in our lives loses someone. It's extremely difficult for any family and it is important to show your love and support. I always think about the smile my note, flowers or sympathy card will put on my friends face. Whether we are very close or mere acquaintances the act of human kindness never is forgotten.

I hope you find my site helpful. I have learned what really warms the heart the hard way and am very happy I can share with you.

Please feel free to mix and match the condolence wording.

•Words fall short of expressing my sorrow.

•I am sorry for your loss.

•It has been a very tough year for you. I hope you know that life has not ended for you just changed.

•I can not imagine what you are going through. Please know I am here for you when you are ready to talk.

•I know we never lose the people we love. They live the rest of our lives with us in our heart.

•When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.

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•We must respect the dead and continue to live. We all have a journey and leaving a life behind is an honor.

•Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.(from a headstone in Ireland)

•My heart goes out to you and your family during this difficult loss.

•The greatest compliment to someone who has passed, is to live your life and keep their memory alive.

•With deepest sympathy.

•When the sun begins to shine for you again. Please remember that life is for the living. Get out there and show the world how special you are. You are a true gift in my life.

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