Words which have remained unspoken got stuck in your throat the moment you found out that your collocutor is gone. But that does not mean that you do not have the last opportunity to say what you have been waiting to say for a long time, what was perhaps presumed every day but never uttered out loud… Love, gratitude and admiration are just some of the emotions that you need to show. Express yourself through a farewell speech that you can read for yourself later. Those who are skilled writers will write it on their own, and everyone else who feels that it would be a better idea that this highly sensitive and demanding task is taken on by a professional is free to contact us. Through our funeral service company, Pokop d.o.o., you can also hire someone who will read the speech out loud, and our acknowledged associates can, instead of reading the farewell speech, enrich the ceremony also by reciting the verses you have chosen.
If you decide to write the farewell speech yourself, try to find enough time to finish this task. While it is only one of the short term tasks that you need to finish, you will realise that even though you have a lot to say about the deceased, when you start writing, it will not be easy to formulate your thoughts and organise them into a clear and fluent form that other people also will understand with ease. That is why it is important to find the time during the day that you can devote only to writing: when there is no one else around, after you have finished your daily chores or similar. When you are in a rush, you will not have enough concentration and therefore you will not be able to write the kind of text you want and the kind the deceased deserves. If you are not able to sleep due to great grief, that may be a sign that you need to find comfort, and writing about your feelings and thoughts is one of the best ways to alleviate emotional pain. Before you start writing, be sure to know how you want to write this: do you want to write the entire farewell letter that you will read afterwards, will notes be enough for you, are you writing the letter for someone else or do you want to carry out an idea that is a combination of text and recitals.