One such soul, Sarah, my best friend, is not among us today. An ideal combination of beauty with brains, I still feel her presence and her laughter trying to wrap itself around me.
She has been with me from the beginning of our school to the day of graduation.
All this being said, one unfortunate morning of October left a void in me that I suppose can never be completely filled. Sarah, my friend left us, lost in a road mishap, and took a part of me with herself.
- What did he/she mean to you?
- What did you learn from his/her life?
- What were his/her principles in life?
- What made the person happy?
- What were the pleasant moments shared with the person?
- What aspects of the person’s personality were captivating?
- What did the family members and friends think of him/her?
- What were his/her favorite lines on life?
- How did the person like to be remembered as?
- What words of solace would you give to the family of the deceased?
Delivering a eulogy is as important as writing one. So here you go on how to deliver a eulogy.
~ Albert Einstein~