Loss Of A Loved One Quotes

Loss Of A Loved One Quotes by Benjamin Franklin, Khalil Gibran, Kenji Miyazawa, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, Liane Moriarty, Willa Cather and many others.

A man is not completely born until he is dead.

A man is not completely born until he is dead.
Benjamin Franklin
When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight.
Khalil Gibran
We must embrace pain and burn it as fuel for our journey.
Kenji Miyazawa
The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of those depths.
Copyright: Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Family Limited Partnership.
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
Those we love don’t go away, they sit beside us every day.
Liane Moriarty
I shall not die of a cold. I shall die of having lived.
Willa Cather
Death is nothing at all. I have only slipped away into the next room.
Joanna Lumley
I think loss of loved ones is the hardest blow in life.
Marlo Thomas
I believe that everyone can appreciate the right of a family to grieve the loss of a loved one in peace, regardless of anyone’s position on the war in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Dave Reichert
Do not stand at my grave and cry, I am not there; I did not die.
Mary Elizabeth Frye
Fears are all psychological. Being afraid of death, loss of a loved one and disfigurement are all powered by your mind, and that’s very powerful stuff.
John Carpenter
When you are sorrowful, look again.
Khalil Gibran
Life is eternal; and love is immortal; and death is only a horizon; and a horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight.
Rossiter W. Raymond
I am I and you are you, whatever we were to each other that we still are.
Henry Scott Holland
No family should have to endure the loss of a loved one at the hands of a previously convicted violent criminal.
Niecy Nash
Good-night! good-night! as we so oft have said Beneath this roof at midnight, in the days That are no more, and shall no more return. Thou hast but taken up thy lamp and gone to bed; I stay a little longer, as one stays To cover up the embers that still burn.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Mourning is one of the most profound human experiences that it is possible to have… The deep capacity to weep for the loss of a loved one and to continue to treasure the memory of that loss is one of our noblest human traits.
Edwin S. Shneidman

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