In order to prepare for your funeral speech, you might need some resources to help you succeed.
Below are some e-books that can help you create an inspirational eulogy:
Do Not Stand at My Grave and Weep
It’s likely you’ll need to write the eulogy or speak at a funeral on short notice, making it difficult to take the time to find a suitable poem or reading. Do Not Stand at My Grave and Weep is a user-friendly ebook is supplied via instant download, giving you quick access to all the resources you need. The e-book can easily be viewed on your computer or tablet and will help you find the words to express your loss and to pay tribute to your loved one.
How to Write and Deliver a Eulogy in Six Simple Steps
This is a step-by-step guide which leads you in detail through the process of creating and delivering a eulogy. In case time is an issue, or you’re really stuck this easy to download e-book also contains fill-in eulogy templates. It also contains funeral appropriate poems, phrases and quotes, along with advice on public speaking and a checklist for the day of the funeral.
If There’s Anything I Can Do…
Everyone feels powerless to help those closest to the deceased. This ebook is written for someone outside of the immediate family and loved ones of the deceased, but is close to someone who has lost a husband, wife, father, mother, child or close friend. The book shares many viewpoints from people who have suffered the loss of a loved one letting us know what helped them most, what was probably well-meant but not helpful, and what sort of helping efforts caused more harm than good.
It is a practical reference book, full of suggestions and instructions on how you can help the bereaved like writing a condolence letter, how to listen to and offer help without offending, helping out with children and household tasks, and assisting in the paperwork and administrative tasks.
Eulogy Speech Package
20 Pre-Written and Time-Tested Eulogy Speeches
Over 10 Classic Poems To Use In Your Eulogy Speech
How To Gain The Audience’s Respect
Example Eulogy Speeches
What’s Proper Etiquette and What’s Not