Sudden Death Quotes

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Jonathan Harnisch
“Sadly enough, the most painful goodbyes are the ones that are left unsaid and never explained.”
Jonathan Harnisch, Freak

Lisa Kleypas
“He never knew what hit him, and that would have comforted me, except . . . just for one second, he would have had to know, wouldn't he? There must have been a blur, a sense of the world exploding, a flashpoint of receiving more damage than a human body could endure. ”
Lisa Kleypas, Sugar Daddy

Armistead Maupin
“Such a suitable word, stroke. I'd heard it since childhood without fully understanding its meaning, but it sounded, even through a haze of sleep and dope, just like itself: abrupt and brutal and irreversible. A stroke of lightning, the stroke of midnight, the stroke of a pen.”
Armistead Maupin, The Night Listener

Adam Sternbergh
“It all seemed so absurd to him: that a life comprising so many accumulated years could be interrupted with such indifferent swiftness. The fundamental fragility of it all.”
Adam Sternbergh, The Blinds

Chelsea Hanson
“When the raw pain is so unbearable and unbelievable, you may wonder if you can go on. But, you can, and will. And life can be good again—when you work at it."

"It’s a conscious choice to decide to move through grief, mourn the loss of the person you love, and heal.”
Chelsea Hanson, The Sudden Loss Survival Guide: Seven Essential Practices for Healing Grief

Joyce Rachelle
“I take the precaution of wearing proper, decent clothes when changing a light bulb in case I get zapped and die.”
Joyce Rachelle