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Even for those used to speaking in public, delivering a eulogy can be overwhelming. If the deceased is a beloved relative, close friend or co-worker, personal emotions can cloud clear thinking and self-control. But if asked, it is an honor and a challenge that should be accepted.
(Theodore Lustig, DTM, author of “THE MOST DIFFICULT SPEECH: THE EULOGY”)
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