Tag Archives: Eulogy

“According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.”

- Jerry Seinfeld
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Our Weekly Tip: Open Mic For Sharing Memories at A Memorial Service

In addition to or instead of standard eulogies, open up the mic for family and friends to pay tribute to your loved one

Our Tip of the Week: Often the most poignant moments of a memorial service happen when eulogies are delivered or songs or poems honoring the dead are performed by loved ones. As difficult as delivering a eulogy can be, it’s … Continue reading

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”Even the Most Profound Darkness is a Longing For Light.”

- Jeff Foster

You can find more beautiful sayings from “A Rite of Passage” here.

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Our Beautiful Funeral Music: “Shine On (There’s Another Day After Tomorrow)”, by Soundtrack of Our Lives

An original, hopeful look on recovery from grief

For another entry in our series on beautiful funeral music and songs on death, here, Swedish rock band The Soundtrack of Our Lives here performs “Shine On (There’s Another Day After Tomorrow)”, a rousing, hopeful song on death that urges … Continue reading

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Song Review: “Videotape,” by Radiohead

"When I'm at the pearly gates, this will be on my videotape"

I’ve always been of the opinion that the last song on an album holds a special significance. An artist will usually leave the listener with a parting shot– a summation, perhaps, of the album’s themes, or some poignant words of … Continue reading

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