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    Christ's peace can permeate any heart - hearts that are troubled, burdened with grief, confused, and pleading for help.
    — Thomas S. Monson
    tags: peace  heart  grief  help  christ 
     
    Sorrow and scarlet leaf, Sad thoughts and sunny weather. Ah me, this glory and this grief Agree not well together!
    — Thomas Parsons
    tags: thoughts  grief  sad  sorrow 
     
    Grief, no matter where it comes from, can only be resolved by connecting to other people.
    — Thomas Horn
    tags: people  grief 
     
    No blessed leisure for love or hope, But only time for grief.
    — Thomas Hood
    tags: time  grief  blessed  hope  leisure 
     
    Emulation is grief arising from seeing one's self, exceeded or excelled by his concurrent, together with hope to equal or exceed him in time to come, by his own ability. But envy is the same grief joined with pleasure conceived in the imagination of some ill-fortune that may befall him.
    — Thomas Hobbes
    Where's the hope that can abate The grief of hearts thus desolateThat can Youth's keenest pangs assuage,And mitigate the gloom of Age?Religion bids the tempest cease,And, leads her to a port of peace;And on, the lonely pilot steersThrough the lapse of future years.
    — Thomas Haynes Bayly
    tags: youth  heart  future  grief  hope  year 
     
    In buskined measures move Pale Grief and pleasing Pain, With Horror, tyrant of the throbbing breast.
    — Thomas Gray
    tags: pain  grief  horror 
     
    When grief recedes, grief is like a cloud.
    — Thomas Golden, Jr.
    tags: grief 
     
    Grief is like manure, if you spread it out it fertilizes, if you leave it in a big pile it smells like crap.
    — Thomas Golden, Jr.
    tags: grief 
     
    Grief even in a child hates the light and shrinks from human eyes.
    — Thomas de Quincey
    tags: children  grief  hate  human  eyes  child 
     
    Do right! and thou hast naught to fear;Right hath a power that makes thee strong.The night is dark, but light is near;The grief is short, the joy is long.
    — Thomas Cogswell Upham
    tags: power  joy  grief  dark  night 
     
    All our pride is but a jest. None are worst and none are best. Grief and hope and joy and fear Play their pageant everywhere.
    — Thomas Campion
    tags: fear  joy  grief  hope  pride 
     
    Grief, which disposes gentle natures to retirement, to inaction, and to meditation, only makes restless spirits more restless.
    — Thomas B. Macaulay
    The heart of grief, its most difficult challenge, is not "letting go" of those who have died but instead making the transition from loving in presence to loving in separation.
    — Thomas Attig
    tags: heart  grief  challenge  loving 
     
    Patience is necessary in this life because so much of life is fraught with adversity. No matter how hard we try, our lives will never be without strife and grief. Thus, we should not strive for a peace that is without temptation, or for a life that never feels adversity. Peace is not found by escaping temptations, but by being tried by them. We will have discovered peace when we have been tried and come through the trial of temptation.
    — Thomas a Kempis
    The Bible goes equally to the cottage of the peasant, and the palace of the king. - It is woven into literature, and colors the talk of the street. The bark of the merchant cannot sail without it; and no ship of war goes to the conflict but it is there. It enters men's closets; directs their conduct, and mingles in all the grief and cheerfulness of life.
    — Theodore Parker
    Grief dares us to love once more.
    — Terry Tempest Williams
    tags: grief 
     
    I have spoken about what we can do as citizens, what we can do as a responsive citizenry, and this is where we have to shatter our complacency and become "active souls,"and be prepared to engage in aware - that personal struggle between our grief and our sorrow. But I don't think we have any choice.
    — Terry Tempest Williams
    I have learned in my life that my plans don't matter. It's God's plan. I've been taught in my life that you can have plans, but you can't count on them. There's no road map. There's no textbook on how grief works and when your heart will be open - or if it ever will.
    — Taya Kyle
    tags: work  heart  grief  god 
     
    I decided to write 'True Refuge' during a major dive in my own health. Diagnosed with a genetic disease that affected my mobility, I faced tremendous fear and grief about losing the fitness and physical freedom I loved.
    — Tara Brach
    tags: fear  health  freedom  grief  true  write 
     
    Everything we love goes. So to be able to grieve that loss, to let go, to have that grief be absolutely full, is the only way to have our heart be full and open.
    — Tara Brach
    tags: heart  grief  loss 
     
    No matter what grief or loss takes place, most of life flows on all around us, as though nothing's changed. At some point in our sorrow, we each make a choice to sink or swim. There's no alternative.
    — Tammara Webber
    tags: grief  loss  choice  sorrow 
     
    The leaf, still green, must someday fall such grief and joy to live at all.
    — T.A. Barron
    tags: joy  live  grief 
     
    Total grief is like a minefield. No knowing when one will touch the tripwire.
    — Sylvia Townsend Warner
    tags: grief  knowing 
     
    We become our own enemy when we are thrown out of balance by anger, hatred, grief, or any other intense emotion. We are for the time being obsessed by something alien.
    — Swami Paramananda
    You do not have to remain stuck in your grief forever when you realize that your loved ones who have passed continue on with you, side-by-side with you, in your lives, even though they have their own life going on across the veil.
    — Suzanne Giesemann
    tags: live  grief  forever 
     
    Sharing our stories can also be a means of healing. Grief and loss may isolate us, and anger may alienate us. Shared with others, these emotions can be powerfully uniting, as we see that we are not alone, and realize that others weep with us.
    — Susan Wittig Albert
    I just love the fact that that's the way life is. When something horrible happens, you do find yourself laughing in weird places in the midst of grief and crying in the supermarket when you see a cereal that somebody used to eat. There's just no way of guarding yourself one way or another. Everybody grieves differently, and there's no right or wrong way.
    — Susan Sarandon
    tags: grief  right  wrong  crying  facts 
     
    Grief manifests differently in different people. We all get through things in our own time.
    — Susan Mallery
    tags: time  people  grief 
     
    It is a grief over the fate of the Earth that contains within it a joyful hope, that we might reclaim this Earth.
    — Susan Griffin
    tags: fate  grief  earth  hope 
     
    The roots of our grief coil so deeply into loss that death has cometo live with us like a family member who makes you happy by avoidingyou, but who is still one of the family. Our anger is a rage that Westerners cannot understand. Our sadness can make the stonesweep. And the way we love is no exception
    — Susan Abulhawa
    tags: death  live  sadness  grief  loss  anger 
     
    Rebirth is almost impossible without the darkness.....I tell myself I am experiencing the death of myself as mother, the death of myself as a younger woman - precious old lives going by the wayside. Of course, I should let myself grieve. To deny the grief is to squander a transforming and radiant possibility.
    — Sue Monk Kidd
    People who've had happy childhoods are wonderful, but they're bland... An unhappy childhood compels you to use your imagination to create a world in which you can be happy. Use your old grief. That's the gift you're given.
    — Sue Grafton
    Grief rolled across the space between us like a wash of salt water.
    — Sue Grafton
    tags: grief  space  water 
     
    grief is an illness I can't recover from.
    — Sue Grafton
    tags: grief  illness 
     
    Grief is as contagious as a yawn.
    — Sue Grafton
    tags: grief 
     
    Families buying dog food now, starvation roams the streets. Babies die before their born, infected by the grief.
    — Stevie Wonder
    tags: grief  food  die  dog 
     
    Survivors do not mourn together. They each mourn alone, even when in the same place. Grief is the most solitary of all feelings. Grief isolates, and every ritual, every gesture, every embrace, is a hopeless effort to break through that isolation. None of it works. The forms crumble and dissolve. To face death is to stand alone.
    — Steven Erikson
    tags: death  work  grief  alone 
     
    The soul knows no greater anguish than to take a breath that begins with love and ends with grief.
    — Steven Erikson
    tags: grief  soul 
     
    I hope we are able to shift debate over to the Middle East and change this debate to how we help the people in their home countries rather than believing we can be their relief valve for the poverty and the grief that`s in the world by bringing people here.
    — Steve King
    tags: people  poverty  world  grief  help  hope 
     
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