Grief Loss Quote: Accept loss forever - Jack Kerouac

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

Any natural,
normal human being,
when faced
with any kind of loss,
will go from shock
all the way
through acceptance.

Elisabeth Kübler-Ross

(1926 – 2004, Swiss-American psychiatrist,
and the author of the ground-breaking book On Death and Dying)

Grief Loss Quote: Grief is the price we pay for love - Queen Elizabeth II

Grief is the price
we pay for love.

Queen Elizabeth II

(*1926, has been Queen of the United Kingdom,
Canada, Australia, and New Zealand since 1952)

There are no happy endings.
Endings are the saddest part,
So just give me
a happy middle
And a very happy start.

Shel Silverstein, Every Thing on It

(1930 – 1999, American poet, singer-songwriter,
cartoonist, screenwriter, and author of children’s books)

Don’t send me flowers
when I’m dead.
If you like me,
send them
while I’m alive.

Brian Clough

(1935 – 2004, English football player and manager)

Grief is in two parts.
The first is loss.
The second
is the remaking of life.

Anne Roiphe

(1935, American writer and journalist)

There’s a bit
of magic in everything,
and some loss
to even things out.

Lewis Allan “Lou” Reed

(1942 – 2013, American musician, singer and songwriter)

It’s easier to identify
with loss than love,
because we have had
so much more experience of it.

Roger Joseph Ebert

(1942 – 2013, American film critic and historian,
journalist, screenwriter, and author)

My writing comes not
from the happy moments,
but from struggle and grief.

Isabel Allende

(*1942, Chilean-American writer)

who has lost something
they thought was theirs forever
finally comes to realise
that nothing
really belongs to them.

Paulo Coelho de Souza

(*1947, Brazilian lyricist and novelist;
his novel The Alchemist has been translated into 81 languages)

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