Grief Loss Quote: Accept loss forever - Jack Kerouac

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

The experience
of pain or loss
can be a formidably
motivating force.

John Calvin Maxwell

(*1947, American author, speaker, and pastor)

Grief Loss Quote: The only cure for grief is action - George Henry Lewes

Do you not know
that a man is not dead
while his name is still spoken?

Terry Pratchett, Going Postal

(1948 – 2015, English author of fantasy novels)

I think loss can fuel
how you lead
your whole life.

Martin Hayter Short

(*1950, Canadian-American actor, comedian,
writer, singer, and producer)

The risk of love
is loss,
and the price of loss
is grief.
But the pain of grief
is only a shadow
when compared
with the pain
of never risking love.

Hilary Stanton Zunin, The Art of Condolence

(*1951, American teacher and writer)

Life is
about surviving loss.

Mary Nell Steenburgen

(*1953, American actress)

Life seems
sometimes like nothing more
than a series of losses,
from beginning to end.
That’s the given.
How you respond
to those losses,
what you make
of what’s left,
that’s the part
you have to make up
as you go.

Katharine Weber

(*1955, American novelist and nonfiction writer;
her novel, The Music Lesson, was published in 1999 and has since
been translated into thirteen foreign languages)

It’s not the winning
that teaches you
how to be resilient.
It’s the setback.
It’s the loss.

Beth Brooke-Marciniak

(*1959, Global Vice Chair of Public Policy for Ernst & Young)

Tears shed for another person
are not a sign of weakness.
They are a sign of a pure heart.

José N. Harris

(*1962, American Special Forces Medical Sergeant, neuropsychologist,
and author of MI VIDA: A Story of Faith, Hope and Love)

Sometimes a loss
is the best thing
that can happen.
It teaches you
what you should
have done next time.

Cordozar Calvin Broadus, Jr.

(*1971, known professionally as Snoop Dogg,
American rapper and actor)

does not change you.
It reveals you.

John Michael Green

(*1977, American author, writer, producer, actor and editor.
He won the 2006 Printz Award for his debut novel, Looking for Alaska,
and his sixth novel, The Fault in Our Stars)

It’s hard to forget
who gave you
so much to remember.

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