Quotes About Grief Inspirational

Quotes tagged as "grief-inspirational" (showing 1-30 of 47)
E.A. Bucchianeri
“So it’s true, when all is said and done, grief is the price we pay for love.”
E.A. Bucchianeri, Brushstrokes of a Gadfly

Vera Brittain
“Perhaps ...
To R.A.L.

Perhaps some day the sun will shine again,
And I shall see that still the skies are blue,
And feel one more I do not live in vain,
Although bereft of you.

Perhaps the golden meadows at my feet,
Will make the sunny hours of spring seem gay,
And I shall find the white May-blossoms sweet,
Though You have passed away.

Perhaps the summer woods will shimmer bright,
And crimson roses once again be fair,
And autumn harvest fields a rich delight,
Although You are not there.

But though kind Time may many joys renew,
There is one greatest joy I shall not know
Again, because my heart for loss of You
Was broken, long ago.”
Vera Brittain, Testament of Youth

Barbara "Cutie" Cooper
“Everyone who lives long enough to love deeply will experience great losses. Don't let fear of loss, or the losses themselves, take away your ability to enjoy the wonderful life that is yours.”
Barbara "Cutie" Cooper, Fall in Love for Life: Inspiration from a 73-Year Marriage

Tessa Shaffer
“You’ve got to trust yourself. Be gentle with yourself. And listen to yourself.

You’re the only person who can get you through this now.

You’re the only one who can survive your story, the only one who can write your future.

All you’ve got to do, when you’re ready, is stand up,
{and begin again.}”
Tessa Shaffer, Heaven Has No Regrets

Rosamunde Pilcher
“Grief is a funny thing because you don't have to carry it with you for the rest of your life. After a bit you set it down by the roadside and walk on and leave it.”
Rosamunde Pilcher, September

“I have lived in the shadow of loss—the kind of loss that can paralyze you forever.
I have grieved like a professional mourner—in every waking moment, draining every ounce of my life force.
I died—without leaving my body.
But I came back, and now it’s your turn.
I have learned to remember my past—without living in it.
I am strong, electric, and alive, because I chose to dance, to laugh, to love, and to
live again.
I have learned that you can’t re-create the life you once had—you have to
reinvent a life for yourself.
And that reinvention is a gift, not a curse.
I believe your future self is a work of art and that science can help you create it. If you’re lost . . . if you’re gone . . . if you can barely absorb the words on this
page . . . I want you to hold this truth in your heart: when it’s your time to go, you won’t wish you had spent more time grieving; you’ll wish you had spent more time living.
That’s why I’m here. And why you are, too. Let’s live like our lives depend on it.”
Christina Rasmussen, Second Firsts Live Laugh and Love Again

Lisa Goich-Andreadis
“I wonder if my first breath was as soul-stirring to my mother as her last breath was to me. – From 14 Days: A Mother, A Daughter, A Two-Week Goodbye”
Lisa Goich-Andreadis, 14 Days: A Mother, A Daughter, A Two Week Goodbye

Tessa Shaffer
“But in all of the sadness, when you’re feeling that your heart is empty, and lacking,

You’ve got to remember that grief isn’t the absence of love.

Grief is the proof that love is still there.”
Tessa Shaffer, Heaven Has No Regrets

Nathalie Himmelrich
“Never compare your grief.
You - and only you
walk your path.”
Nathalie Himmelrich, Grieving Parents: Surviving Loss as a Couple

Tessa Shaffer
“Heaven left a hole in your heart.

But it’s up to you to choose if that hole will be filled with pain, anger, and the eternal darkness of loss . . .
Or if you will choose to fill it with light and love and have that hole shine out of you like a spotlight into your life, keeping their memory alive . . .

{It’s up to you.}”
Tessa Shaffer, Heaven Has No Regrets

Aimee DuFresne
“It was then that I had a choice. I could cry and lay down and die, or I could use what I had learned from him to keep going and fully live.”
Aimee DuFresne, Keep Going: From Grief to Growth

Amy McNamara
“You can't make anything if you're lost to yourself. You'll want to again, it's who you are. Wren, grieving is hard. Complex. Takes its own time.”
Amy McNamara, Lovely, Dark and Deep

Heather Gillis
“Life isn't about how comfortable I can be it is about learning how to get comfortable with being uncomfortable”
Heather Gillis, Waiting for Heaven: Finding Beauty in the Pain and the Struggle

“I know you are afraid; you are afraid to get hurt again. But I also know that you are not meant to grieve forever.”
Christina Rasmussen, Second Firsts Live Laugh and Love Again

Ariana Carruth
“In the dim light of today are the shadows of yesterday’s affliction and the hope of tomorrow’s gifts.”
Ariana Carruth

“I never even heard her voice."
And after a while:
"It is a strange grief."
Softly:
"To die of nostalgia for something you never lived.”
Alesandro Bariko

“Why do all great men, live not long enough, to see their greatness?”
Borgohain J.

Leta B.
“It is a divine gift to find the light inside while in the midst of despair.”
Leta B., Your Steady Soul: May you transform your pain, anger, and hurt into wisdom, kindness, and love.

Nina Sankovitch
“I was scared of living a life not worth the living. Why did I deserve to live when my sister had died? I was responsible now for two lives, my sister's and my own, and, damn, I'd better live well.”
Nina Sankovitch, Tolstoy and the Purple Chair: My Year of Magical Reading

Aimee DuFresne
“I should be scared, but I am far too excited to let in any fear.”
Aimee DuFresne, Keep Going: From Grief to Growth

Renee Dyer
“In order to heal, you have to first be broken.”
Renee Dyer, Eyes Wide Open

Noorilhuda
“There was no need to analyze the feelings that the people caught in the commission of the amorous act, held for each other, for it was literally written in their hands.”
Noorilhuda, The Governess

Noorilhuda
“Should I rejoice in the inferiority of my fate?" - John Lockwood”
Noorilhuda, The Governess

Aimee DuFresne
“Whatever loss, pain or tragedy you have experienced, you can get through.”
Aimee DuFresne, Keep Going: From Grief to Growth

“The better we grieve, the better we live”
Anonymous

Mary Potter Kenyon
“Tonight I attend my thirty-fifth high school reunion with some trepidation.
I have not seen most of these former classmates for thirty-some years. I am not the same young girl they knew in high school. What they cannot know, what I am just realizing myself, is that I am not even the same person I was two years ago.”
Mary Potter Kenyon, Refined By Fire: A Journey of Grief and Grace

“Grief, we know where we've been. We know where we want to be.”
Wylie R. Weeks

“On grief. We know where we've been. We know where we want to be.”
Wylie R. Weeks

Louise Suzanne Boyd
“It will get better but grief will always accompany us, in one way or another...but it is important that we embrace the grief as you would a close friend, because another aspect of our grief is love.”
Louise Suzanne Boyd, Journey to the Rainbow

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