There are a number of things that you can add to your eulogy that can make your speech more interesting and worth remembering. A funeral speech is something that you should be able to do at a time that you are no longer depressed or overly in grief. To write a good eulogy, you should speak from the heart and tell your stories in away that your audience can relate. One good thing that you can add to spice up your funeral speeches is eulogy quotes.
Funeral quotes are sayings and famous verses that popular people has given and been often used to address death, grief, bereavement and moving on. Famous quotes can be taken from famous speeches, poems, or phrases/verses in a book. They can be given by politicians, celebrities, people of history, and other known people that can inspire us. Eulogy quotes are taken from the great minds of people that can really help us take death as something challenging in our lives and something that we should turn into a positive thing.
Death should be an inspiration for us to continue with our own lives. In choosing a funeral quote, you should pick a phrase or a verse that struck you with a positive impact. It should be words that can inspire and shed a positive light to the misery that the bereaved are feeling. Your audience should relate the funeral quotes that you had chosen.
Here are some funeral quotes that can help us understand death:
“There is no such thing as death. In nature nothing dies. From each sad remnant of decay some forms of life arise.” ~ Charles Mackay.
“Is death the final sleep? No, it is the last final awakening.” ~ Scott
Funeral quotes need not to be serious all the time, you can be light and funny about like this one given by ex-President Theodore Roosevelt:
“I don’t mind having to die. I’ve had my good time.. and I don’t mind having to pay for it. But to think what those swine will say when I’m out of the game.”