Condolence Quotes

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M.F. Moonzajer
“Humans are very strange. When you need a hug, they throw you away, when you need condolence , they insult you, and when you need love, they betray you.”
M.F. Moonzajer

Wendy     Webb
“Before I lost my father, I never understood the rituals surrounding funerals: the wake, the service itself, the reception afterward,the dinners prepared by well-meaning friends and delivered in plastic containers, even the popular habit of making poster boards filled with photos of the dear departed. But now I know why we do those things. It's busywork, all of it. I had so much to take care of, so many arrangements to make, so many people to inform, I didn't have a moment to be engulfed by the ocean of grief that was lapping at my heels. Instead, I waded through the shallows, performing task after task, grateful to have duties to propel me forward.”
Wendy Webb, The Tale of Halcyon Crane

Kamand Kojouri
“Do not go to my grave.
Mary knows, I am not there.
Look for me in between pages
and on people’s lips.
Do not go to my old school.
Do not go to my old house —
I am not in any of those places.
Look for me in your hearts
and greet me there.”
Kamand Kojouri

Jaye Wells
“Why did everyone send casseroles in times of crisis? Why didn't anyone ever send brownies and Jack Daniel's?”
Jaye Wells, Dirty Magic

Anita Amirrezvani
“May this be your final sorrow.”
Anita Amirrezvani, The Blood of Flowers

Anne Enright
“I must console him for the distance we have moved from the place where he stopped.”
Anne Enright, The Gathering

“We are all my thoughts drift of my loved one passing....I am reminded and softly touched by Wings of Love and a peacefull understanding..... I am comforted and my Heart is Warming”
Julia Jean Gillette

M.F. Moonzajer
“I do not need your sympathy or condolence; if I am an atheist, there are reasons for that and those reasons are thoughtful, unselfish and conscious.”
M.F. Moonzajer

Vincent Okay Nwachukwu
“Wining and dining instead of crying and wailing at a funeral in sympathy with the bereaved is a mockery of condolence. If the dead are capable of anything, they will zip up the mouth of everyone in attendance except those crying and condoling.”
Vincent Okay Nwachukwu, Weighty 'n' Worthy African Proverbs - Volume 1

Rae D. Magdon
“Cats know that a warm body is more comforting than a thousand condolences.”
Rae D. Magdon, The Second Sister

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“We often worsen someone’s pain by pitying them openly.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“Some people’s voice are not
raised, because of not
they are silent or shy,
Not to cause an Inquiry”