People expect it.
In a few words, you now see your goal as doable and this helps motivate you. Believe it or not, laughter is incredibly healing for the soul, and entirely appropriate at this time. I have seen many people upset with themselves for years after the service, because they just couldn't verbalize the sentiments they had for their loved one.
By following these steps and tips, you will find it much easier. The intent is to help you create your speech with various things you can pull from, such as quotes, poems and prayers.
Love Dad DO: Jump right into your speech. A great eulogy is often the most remembered and significant element of the service. The spiritual practice of contemplating death somehow gives us permission to live our lives more authentically and to live with more purpose and compassion.
People attending will know. It contains all the right elements; humor, poetry, and stories.
Ideally your speech should be no more than 5 minutes long. This in itself is a very healing process, as people relate stories and reminisce. Writing a eulogy becomes very difficult when you are staring at a blank sheet of paper.