Grief Loss Quote: Accept loss forever - Jack Kerouac

Grief & Loss – 50 Remarkable Quotes for Comfort, Peace & Relief

The only cure for grief
is action.

George Henry Lewes

(1817 – 1878, English philosopher
and critic of literature and theatre)

Grief & Loss Quote: Time takes away the grief of men. Erasmus of Rotterdam

Joy comes, grief goes,
we know not how.

James Russell Lowell

(1819 – 1891, American Romantic poet, critic, editor, and diplomat)

What is crucial
in dealing with loss
is not to lose the lesson.
That makes you a winner
in the most profound sense.

Dayananda Saraswati

(1824 – 1883, Hindu religious leader
and founder of the Arya Samaj)

We never understand
how little
we need in this world
until we know
the loss of it.

Sir James Matthew Barrie, 1st Baronet

(1860 – 1937, Scottish novelist and playwright)

Happiness is beneficial
for the body,
but it is grief
that develops
the powers of the mind.

Marcel Proust

(1871 – 1922, French novelist, critic,
and essayist best known for his
monumental novel In Search of Lost Time)

It is the style of idealism
to console itself
for the loss
of something old
with the ability
to gape at something new.

Karl Kraus

(1874 – 1936, Austrian writer and journalist)

What we have
once enjoyed deeply
we can never lose.
All that we love deeply
becomes a part of us.

Helen Adams Keller

(1880 – 1968, American author, political activist, and lecturer)

Grief can’t be shared.
Everyone carries it alone.
His own burden
in his own way.

Anne Morrow Lindbergh

(1906 – 2001, American author, aviator)

Death is not
the greatest loss in life.
The greatest loss is
what dies inside us
while we live.

Norman Cousins

(1915 – 1990, American political journalist, author,
professor, and world peace advocate)

Accept loss forever.
Jack Kerouac

(1922 – 1969, American novelist and poet)

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