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A eulogy is a speech given at a funeral in honor and remembrance of the deceased. While it is usually written by a close friend or family member, you can also write your own eulogy in preparation for your death. Although some may consider this morbid, it may help you create exactly the right mood at your funeral.
Decide whether you want to use first or third person in your eulogy. First person uses “I” and third person uses your name as though you are an outsider writing about yourself.
Determine what you want to say in your eulogy. Will it be a recount of your life, a speech teaching a lesson, or a goodbye to friends and family?
Outline the points you want to cover in your eulogy.
Include personal stories and humor. This will help to lighten the mood.
Write clearly or use a computer so that whoever reads your eulogy will know exactly what you wish to be said.
Stay positive in your eulogy, because this time will already be so sad for friends and family members.
After you have written your eulogy, entrust it to the person you wish to read it or give it to your lawyer who is handling your will.
Don’t take this as an opportunity to say anything rude or hurtful to people who will mourn your death.
Brand New Ask a Mortician Video!
A Trenton, NJ woman recently provided her family the ultimate news, when she turned up in Philadelphia almost two weeks after her funeral.
Sharolyn Jackson’s family believed the picture they were shown of a dead body was indeed Sharolyn, after she’d been missing for a while. They had a funeral ceremony and mourned as they believed their relative was being buried.
Then, thirteen days after that ceremony, a Philly drug and mental health treatment center called Sharolyn’s parents, and told them she was safe. As you might imagine, it was the ultimate surprise.
But the question remains, if that wasn’t Sharolyn they buried, then who was it?
What will you do with that time?
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The Anatomage Table (formerly known as the Virtual Dissection Table), developed by Anatomage in collaboration with Stanford University’s Division of Clinical Anatomy, is a breakthrough in visualizing human anatomy.
Prepare yourself for a world of skulls, mixed anatomy, shrunken heads, and mummies. This episode takes us into the home of collector and artist Ryan Matthew Cohn and showcases the amazing world he has created for himself. Here he gives a charming account of his collection as well as the work he does. His apartment is OVERWHELMING in its incredible design and expansive collection. Prepare for a very interesting tour…