God, Creator of all living things, we ask that as we light
our candles, the healing warmth of love will flow into the brokenhearted who
have lost a loved one. Give to them Your strength and comfort. We also pray
that the soft glow of light will part the clouds of grief and sorrow to
surround our Loved One's on their journey.
As they hear our message of
peace and love, may they know they will be forever remembered. We are
temporarily separated for only a short while. The gold cord that connects us
through time and space can never be broken. AMEN.
Personal Loss I will not look
back for there is sorrow. I will not look for today for there is longing. I
will look forward for there is our tomorrow.
If you wish to add a personal
message to this prayer please do so now.
Loved One's of Friends and Family Read the names of those who have gone on before us as a
tribute to them and their loving parents. As we all meet here, our Loved One's
will be meeting all newcomers, easing their way.
For acknowledgment and peace.We
light this candle in honor of all the homeless, forgotten, abandoned and
abused. For the nameless who gave their lives for others in the name of
freedom, honor and duty. As our lights shine brightly through the galaxy, may
the angels smile upon us, and know that for a brief moment, we have put aside
worldly differences to bond as one.
You are on a journey to a land free from pain, rest easy
until that day we meet again.
MOMENT OF SILENCE:
"Blessed are they that mourn, for they will be comforted."
Love, light and healing to all. Amen. The candles being lit tonight; Cast a
soft and welcome flame. And draw our loved ones to the light as we call to them
by name. Imagine spirits taking flight, For a moment our souls entwine. Say not
Good Night, but in some Brighter Time bid them all... Good Morning.
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