Many consider writing and delivering a eulogy an honor and a great privilege. But what if you’re one who dreads this task, and compares it to researching and writing a term paper due at the end of the semester. Procrastinating will not eliminate this endeavor, so why not plan accordingly, whether it’s your own eulogy or a friend’s or family member’s.
Not long ago, I visited an elderly woman and we discussed her wishes for her eulogy. I was a bit uncomfortable with this topic, but figured since she mentioned it, I should give her my full attention. I listened and was enthralled as she talked about growing up during the Great Depression and … Read More