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Eulogies

How to Write a Moving Eulogy – Guidance and Examples

December 05, 18 by Compose.ly
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Death is an inevitable part of being human, but we’re never really prepared when it happens to someone we love. Grief is emotional, disorienting, and complex. Rituals like the wake,...

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Bar/Bat Mitzvah Speeches

How to Write Bat Mitzvah Speeches for a Daughter – Guidance and Examples for Parents

November 23, 18 by Compose.ly
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For most Jewish girls, their bat mitzvah ceremony is the first recognition of their maturity. At 12 years old, years from voting or even driving, a girl becomes a bat...

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Bar/Bat Mitzvah Speeches

How to Write a Bar Mitzvah Speech for a Son – Guidance and Examples for Parents

November 15, 18 by Compose.ly
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When children are young, they live by a kind of moral absolutism in which everything is either very good or very bad. This starts to shift in adolescence when the...

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Eulogies

How to Write a Eulogy for a Sister – Guidance and Examples

November 09, 18 by Compose.ly
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Relationships between sisters, or between a sister and her brother, are like nothing else. A sibling relationship ties the two of you together from birth until at least the day...

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Eulogies

How to Write a Eulogy for a Brother: Guidance and Examples

November 02, 18 by Compose.ly
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When a sibling passes away, you can feel like you’ve lost a piece of yourself. Your brother shared your roots, knew your childhood memories, and had a unique insight into...

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Eulogies

How to Write a Eulogy for a Grandfather: Guidance and Examples

October 19, 18 by Compose.ly
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Grandfathers are special. They stand ready to teach you how to fish or ride your bike, they help you learn to read, and they share their interests in everything. Grandpas...

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