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Cemetery gates reading “Aqui Te Espero” or I’ll wait for you
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We never know if we will be around for our loved ones future events, you can upload videos like this at myowneulogy.com to wish your future grandkids or great grandkids a happy birthday, leave them advice, words of wisdom, share a family tradition they can keep up alive or just tell them you love them.
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Video your own goodbye and never leave things unsaid, your loved ones will appreciate it. Visit myowneulogy.com to learn more.
How do you want to be remembered? Create your own eulogy video to be played at your funeral or leave a message in your own words!
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Our New Quarterly Contest Has Started!
“ If you could only leave one message before you die, what would it be? “
We are going to make it really easy for you to participate this time, just make a 10 to 30 second video with what your last message would be and upload it to our site, make sure to enter it in the contest and share it on all your social networks so your family, friends and fans can vote for you.
Tips For Creating Your Own Eulogy
A eulogy is the speech given during a funeral for the person who passed away, honorary speeches are given for the deceased to remember their existence and recall his or her deeds. It may sound morbid, but why not do your own eulogy? This will help your family have closure and know the exact mood you want during your own death and funeral.
Here are a few simple tips to help you create your own eulogy, after you complete it you will be able to sit in front of a camera and video your message for your loved ones. You can then store it publicly or privately at myowneulogy.com:
1-Determine what you want to say in your funeral speech. Should it be a farewell speech, a preaching speech or just to recall your life.
2-Determine which points you want to emphasize in your eulogy. Is it your hardships, your triumphs or just how your childhood was?
3-Determine which part of your life becomes a blooper. Those funny moments could lighten the mood at your funeral.
4-Be sure to make your eulogy optimistic. Being positive will give your family and friends a lighter load at your passing. Remember that your death is sensitive to them.
This is your last message to them, make sure it’s meaningful! Carpe Diem!
If you could only leave one message before you die, what would it be?