Condolence Messages
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How to write a condolence message?

A written condolence message sometimes can even be difficult to write. What do you say to a family or parent who lost their children? A few words are enough. Difficult to get off the beaten track in three or four sentences … Do it in the simple, do not use words of condolences that could hurt even more people who are already on the ground. When in doubt, stay modest.





Grieving is an intense feeling that we feel when in deep sorrow as in the event of losing someone. No one wants to lose a loved one, the resulting emotion could tear one apart and is hard for every person. No words can take away the pain, we only say what we can. Here’s a list of simple and concise condolence messages that can be sent to a person in grief.

What condolences mean?

In simple terms, condolences means the way you express sympathy to someone who is pained by the loss of a very dear, or closely related person. The reason for the pain is mostly death, misfortune, and in some cases mental torture. Sometimes it might not necessarily be death, it might be a big loss, or something beyond your control that makes you overwhelmingly sad. This is what condolences mean, and it is either you are giving it to someone or you are at the receiving end.
Whenever condolences are given, you are showing concern, and actively support a person. The most common phrase used when saying or giving a condolence speech is the phrase, “I’m sorry”. This words go a long in calming a person, and making them feel a little bit better at the moment. The reason for expressing condolence is not to remove the pain, but to help provide comfort.

Here are 80 examples of condolence messages to help you find the words:

  • We are sober, we are really sad about his sudden departure, May the Creator accept our prayers on his behalf. Amen.

  • Most sincere condolences to you, loved ones and family. I believe her guardian angel will watch over us too, may her soul rest in perfect peace.

  • Dear friends, we join you today in mourning over the void caused by our good grandmother, she left us suddenly, she loved us dearly and we know that. Let’s find comfort in this, my condolences.

  • It is written, “it is appointed for man to die once and after this, judgement.” But this we pray; that mercy reigns over judgement. Wishing you a blisful rest in eternity Samuel.

  • Dear friend, I can’t explain how much i’d really miss you. You are an inspiration to the whole world. You were full of faith, courage and strength. We wish you farewell in your journey to eternity. You’d never be forgotten, rest in peace.

  • I express my earnest co