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50 phrases of death, condolences, grief and mourning

50 phrases of death, condolences, grief and mourning

Grief is the state of loss that happens when someone nearby has died. The death of someone you love is one of the greatest sorrows that can occur. Feelings of grief can also accompany other losses, such as decreased health or the end of an important relationship. Grief is a normal and healthy response to loss. People's responses to pain will vary according to the circumstances of death.

Today we bring you this compilation of phrases about death, loss and grief, so you can better understand what is happening to you and you can accept the process.

Appointments to face grief and loss

Death is life lived. Life is a death that comes. Jorge Luis Borges

It is not the days we remember, but the moments. Walt Disney

Your absence shows in our hearts.

Deep in the earth, my love is lying, and I must cry alone. Edgar Allan Poe

You never know what you have until you lose it.

God knows that we should never be ashamed of our tears, for they are rain that falls on the blinding dust of the earth that hardens our hearts. Charles Dickens

The pain leaves a mark too deep for it to be seen, a mark that is out of sight and mind. Margaret Atwood

There are no words to describe how much I feel your loss.

Those of us in mourning are not alone. We belong to the largest company in the world: the company of those who have known suffering. Helen Keller

My feet will want to walk to where you are sleeping, but I will continue to live. Pablo Neruda

You don't know how strong you are until being strong is the only option you have. Bob marley

Crying is to make the duel less deep. William Shakespeare

Without you in my arms, I feel the emptiness in my soul. I find myself looking for your face in the crowds. I know it's impossible, but I can't help it.

Grief can be a burden, but also an anchor. You get used to the weight, how it keeps you in place. Sarah Dessen

Now it is never, everything is nothing, if I don't rest in your eyes. Gustavo Cerati

History never says goodbye. What he says is always a see you later. Eduardo Galeano

There are no goodbyes between us. Wherever you are, I will take you in my heart.

We cry because someone so adorable should have such a short life. William Cullen Bryant

Remembering is the best way to forget. Sigmund Freud

I felt better than before I cried, sadder, more aware of my ingratitude, more meek. Charles Dickens

Loss teaches us better the value of things. Arthur Schopenhauer

The true paradises are the lost. J. Luis Borges

In times of grief and pain, I will hold you and rock you. I will take away your pain and make it mine. When you cry, I will cry. When it hurts, it will hurt. Nicholas Sparks

He gives words of sadness; The pain that does not speak grabs the forged heart and forces it to break. William Shakespeare

Death is a transit, it is a path to eternal life, it is a new life.

Death is a bitter pirouette that the dead do not remember, but the living. Camilo José Cela

I will not say: do not cry; Because not all tears are bad. JRR Tolkien

Time does not sleep great pain, but it numbs them. George sand

Tears that don't cry, do they wait in small lakes? Or will they be invisible rivers that run towards sadness? Pablo Neruda

Tears are words that the mouth cannot say nor the heart can bear.

To live in the heart of those we leave behind us is not to die. T. Cambell

Grief is the price we pay for love. E. A. Bucchianeri

A million words can't make you come back. I know, because I tried. Neither a million tears. I know because I've cried all to no avail.

We must embrace the pain and burn it as gasoline for our trip. Kenji Miyazawa

The darker the night, the brighter the stars. The deeper the duel, the closer God is. Fyodor Dostoyevsky

We feel everything in this moment so painful and difficult, I send you my deepest and most sincere condolences.

One can believe now that he will never feel better. But this is not true. One is sure to be happy again. Knowing this, really believing it, will make one feel less miserable now. Abraham Lincoln

I say goodbye to you for a lifetime, but I will keep thinking about you all my life José Ángel Buesa

Grief is a process, not a state. Anne Grant

Now, something so sad has taken hold of us that it leaves us breathless. And we can't even cry. Charles Bukowski

The pain is a fruit. God does not make them grow on branches too weak to bear them. Victor Hugo

Sometimes, the duel transforms us into monsters. Sometimes, we tell and do things to the people we love and then we cannot forgive ourselves. Melina Marchetta

His death should not make us sad, let's understand that now his spirit is calm, while he was among us he was very happy.

Pain is inevitable but suffering is optional. Buddha

Everyone you've lost is still with you, so we may never lose anyone at all.

Losing someone you love is altering your life forever. And you don't get over it, because it's the person you love. The pain ends, new people arrive, but the crack never closes. How was it going to close?

Often the grave encloses, unknowingly, two hearts in the same coffin. Alphonse de Lamartine

You see that the felt sorrow is so deep, that nothing is sadder than the last goodbye.

Do not grieve. Anything you lose comes back to you in another way. Rumi

How could you choose something that could contain half of your heart that you had to bury? Jodi Picoult

You cannot prevent the bird of sadness from flying over you, but you can prevent it from nesting in your hair.

We only heal from pain when we suffer fully. Marcel Proust

The suppressed suppression suffocates. It wreaks havoc inside the chest and is forced to multiply its strength. Ovid

Death phrases that will make you think

I have often meditated on death and find that he is the least of all evils. Francis Bacon

To be born is to begin to die. Theophilus Gautier

Once the game is over, the king and the pawn return to the same box. Italian proverb

Life is the bride of death. Indonesian proverb

Death is the port of all pain. Pedro Antonio de Alarcón and Ariza

He who is to die always speaks truths. Miguel de Cervantes

The honor of a people belongs to the dead, the living only usufruct it. George Bernanos

Dying is nothing but changing residence. Marco Aurelio

Who teaches man to die, teaches him to live. Montaigne

A beautiful death honors a lifetime. Francesco Petrarca

The need to die gives the wise man reason to endure the sorrows of life. Jean-Jacques Rousseau

The years are brooms that are sweeping us into the pit. Spanish proverb

At some point in life, you will lose someone whose absence you cannot live, and your heart is going to break into a thousand pieces. Anne Lamott

The world is an inn and death is the end of the journey. Dryden

Death will only be sad for those who have not thought about it. Phenelon

The contempt of death, there is the principle of moral strength. Lacordaire

Happy is he who died before wishing death. Rosamond Lehman

There is no death! What it looks like is a simple transition. Longfellow

More frightens the apparatus of death than death itself. Francis Bacon

He does not fear death who knows how to despise life. Caton

The art of life is the art of avoiding pain. Thomas Jefferson

He who lives on memories draws an endless death.

Death is a dream without dreams. Napoleon

Death is very felt when the father is alive. Seneca

Death is nothing more than a change of mission. Leon Tolstoy

Like a sea, around the sunny island of life, death sings its endless song night and day. Rabindranath Tagore

Those who make a lot of noise when they live, rest after their death in as much silence as those who have not. Jonathan Edwards

Death is the remedy of all evils; but we should not take advantage of it until the last minute. Molière

Death is something we cannot fear because, while we are, death is not, and when death is, we are not. Antonio Machado

Actually life insurance is death insurance. Ramón Gómez de Serna

Live for you only if you can, because only for you, if you die, you die. Francisco de Quevedo

To commit suicide is to get into a hearse in motion. Enrique Jardiel Poncela

While they are alive, our parents are the border between us and death. When they die, we go to the top of the line. Jane Fonda

There is nothing true in this world, except death and taxes. Benjamin Franklin

When death is not feared, it is made to penetrate the enemy ranks. Napoleon

Nothing is easier than censoring the dead. Cayo Julio César

Man is mortal for his fears and immortal for his desires. Pythagoras

An academic is a man who becomes an armchair when he dies. Jean Cocteau