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    The Bible portrays God as entering into covenants with people which, when broken, causes him grief and sorrow. The biblical prophet Hosea and God's using him as an illustration of how much Israel's idolatry costs God emotionally points to God's vulnerability. But also the incarnation of God in Jesus Christ who, even as God the Son, suffered for our sins, points to God's vulnerability.
    — Roger E. Olson
    tags: people  grief  sorrow  broken  god  jesus  bible  sin  christ  son 
     
    If a man does not die of a wound, then it heals in some fashion, and so it is with loss. From the sharp pain of immediate berevement, both the Prince and I passed into the gray days of numb bewilderment and waiting. So grief has always seemed to me, a time of waiting not for the hurt to pass, but to become accustomed to it.
    — Robin Hobb
    tags: fashion  time  men  pain  grief  loss  hurt  die 
     
    When children's children shall talk of War as a madness that may not be; When we thank our God for our grief today, and blazon from sea to sea In the name of the Dead the banner of Peace ... that will be Victory.
    — Robert W. Service
    tags: children  peace  grief  madness  child  victory  god  war 
     
    Friends given by God in mercy and in love;My counsellors, my comforters, and guides;My joy in grief, my second bliss in joy;Companions of my young desires; in doubtMy oracles; my wings in high pursuit.Oh! I remember, and will ne'er forgetOur meeting spots, our chosen sacred hours;Our burning words, that utter'd all the soul,Our faces beaming with unearthly love;-Sorrow with sorrow sighing, hope with hopeExulting, heart embracing heart entire.
    — Robert Pollok
    tags: heart  joy  friends  grief  young  sorrow  mercy  god  sacred  hope  wings  meeting 
     
    When bad things happen, part of us might go away. It's a survival technique. You can't stand to be around when there's so much grief or pain in your life so part of you goes away. Shamans call this soul loss.
    — Robert Moss
    tags: pain  grief  loss  soul  survival  bad 
     
    Deposits of unfinished grief reside in more American hearts that I ever imagined. Until these pockets are opened and their contents aired openly, they block unimagined amounts of human growth and potential. They can give rise to bizarre and unexplained behavior which causes untold internal stress.
    — Robert Kavanaugh
    People are people, and grief that is limited to those within a specific political boundary denies the humanity of others.
    — Robert Jensen
    Believe in dreams. Never believe in hurts... You can't let the grief and the hurts and the breaking experiences of life control your future decisions.
    — Robert H. Schuller
    Weep not, my wanton, smile upon my knee;When thou art old there's grief enough for thee.
    — Robert Greene
    tags: grief  smile 
     
    Christianity did not come with tidings of great joy, but with a message of eternal grief. It came with the threat of everlasting torture on its lips. It meant war on earth and perdition hereafter.
    — Robert Green Ingersoll
    tags: joy  grief  earth  christianity  war 
     
    I know that it's easier to look at death than it is to look at pain, because while death is irrevocable, and the grief will lessen in time, pain is too often merely relentless and irreversible.
    — Robert Goolrick
    tags: death  time  pain  grief 
     
    Love is a fabric which never fades, no matter how often it is washed in the water of adversity and grief.
    — Robert Fulghum
    tags: grief  adversity  water 
     
    President Bush cruelly manipulated the grief of the American people - and the sympathy of the rest of the world - to introduce a 'world order' dreamed up by a clutch of fantasists advising the Secretary of Defence, Donald Rumsfeld.
    — Robert Fisk
    tags: people  world  grief  american 
     
    A man may manifest and communicate his joy, but he should conceal and smother his grief as much as possible.
    — Robert E. Lee
    tags: men  joy  grief 
     
    The best-laid schemes o' mice an' men, Gang aft a-gley, And leave us nought but grief and pain, For promised joy.
    — Robert Burns
    tags: men  pain  joy  grief 
     
    But Mousie, thou art no thy lane In proving foresight may be vain The best-laid schemes o' mice an' men Gang aft agley An' lea'e us nought but grief an' pain For promis'd joy!
    — Robert Burns
    tags: men  pain  grief 
     
    But little Mouse, you are not alone,In proving foresight may be vain: The best laid schemes of mice and men Go often askew, And leave us nothing but grief and pain, For promised joy! Still you are blest, compared with me!
    — Robert Burns
    tags: men  pain  grief 
     
    Grief is the doorway to a man's feelings.
    — Robert Bly
    tags: grief 
     
    What I am trying to do is bring people into grief in relation to the society we have.
    — Robert Bly
    tags: people  society  grief 
     
    When anyone seriously pursues an art - painting, poetry, sculpture, composing - over twenty or thirty years, the sustained discipline carries the artist down to the countryside of grief, and that descent, resisted so long proves invigorating. . . . As I've gotten older, I find I am able to be nourished more by sorrow and to distinguish it from depression.
    — Robert Bly
    Sociological prose can tell you everything, but it can't point out the grief.
    — Robert Bly
    tags: grief 
     
    Joy and grief are never far apart. In the same street the shutters of one house are closed, while the curtains of the next are brushed by shadow of the dance. A wedding-party returns from church, and a funeral winds to its door. The smiles and the sadness of life are the tragi-comedy of Shakespeare. Gladness and sighs brighten and dim the mirror he beholds.
    — Robert Aris Willmott
    tags: joy  sadness  grief  smile  church  dance 
     
    under the present brutal and primitive conditions on this planet, every person you meet should be regarded as one of the walking wounded. we have never seen a man or woman not slightly deranged by either anxiety or grief. we have never seen a totally sane human being.
    — Robert Anton Wilson
    tags: men  people  women  present  grief  human  anxiety 
     
    The way I pictured it, all this grief would be like a winter night when you're standing outside. You'll warm up once you get used to the cold. Except after you've been out there for awhile, you feel the warmth draining out of you and you realize the opposite is happening; you're getting colder and colder, as the body heat you brought outside with you seeps out of your skin. Instead of getting used to it, you get weaker the longer you endure it.
    — Rob Sheffield
    tags: grief  night  body  winter 
     
    I wasn't the only orphan in Guatemala. There are many others, and it's not my grief alone, it's the grief of a whole people.
    — Rigoberta Menchu
    tags: people  grief  alone 
     
    Going through the grief period of my dad and losing him - that was the worst thing because you know when you get that call. When you are seven, eight years old, you have that almost vision in your mind of what that's going to be like and what your going to feel like and it doesn't prepare you.
    — Richie Sambora
    tags: grief  mind  vision  year 
     
    Learning about all those different things psychologically - about grief and my own addictions and problems and stuff like that, and really getting an education on it, I think it was part of the process of it, learning about it and trying to lick it.
    — Richie Sambora
    It is good to divert our sorrow for other things to the root of all, which is sin. Let our grief run most in that channel, that as sin bred grief, so grief may consume sin.
    — Richard Sibbes
    tags: grief  sorrow  sin 
     
    God will have the body partake with the soul-as in matters of grief, so in matters of joy; the lanthorn shines in the light of the candle within.
    — Richard Sibbes
    tags: grief  body  god 
     
    When thirsty grief in wine we steep, When healths and draughts go free, Fishes, that tipple in the deep, Know no such liberty.
    — Richard Lovelace
    tags: health  grief  liberty 
     
    On me, on me Time and change can heap no more! The painful past with blighting grief Hath left my heart a withered leaf. Time and change can do no more.
    — Richard Henry Horne
    tags: time  heart  past  grief 
     
    I swim in a pool of my own neurosis. I carry love, grief deeply, like an Irishman.
    — Richard Harris
    tags: grief 
     
    Don't look for a life virtually free from discomfort, pain, pressure, challenge, or grief, for those are the tools a loving Father uses to stimulate our personal growth and understanding.
    — Richard G. Scott
    The fallacy is that you have to hold some sort of stake in the grief or horror in order to write about it - I think the opposite is true.
    — Richard Flanagan
    tags: grief  horror  true  write 
     
    We can alleviate physical pain, but mental pain - grief, despair, depression, dementia - is less accessible to treatment. It's connected to who we are - our personality, our character, our soul, if you like.
    — Richard Eyre
    Nothing speaks our grief so well as to speak nothing.
    — Richard Crashaw
    tags: grief 
     
    He that is thy friend indeed, - He will help thee in thy need: - If thou sorrow, he will weep; - If you wake, he cannot sleep; - Thus of every grief in heart - He with thee doth bear a part.
    — Richard Barnfield
    tags: heart  friends  grief  sorrow  help 
     
    Grief is no more necessary when we understand death than fear is necessary when we understand flying.
    — Richard Bach
    tags: death  fear  grief 
     
    Whoever wrote Shakespeare is a working class hero be he an aristocrat or a peasant. Shakespeare is a great leveler. We're presented with kings, queens, emperors and giants who feel the same things as everyone else: jealousy, love, anger, bitterness, grief, loss.
    — Rhys Ifans
    tags: grief  loss  anger  jealousy  hero 
     
    We are seeing with great grief that America remains quiet as Turkey struggles against terrorism. Because there were promises given to us, and they need to be kept. If not, we can take care of our own business.
    — Recep Tayyip Erdogan
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