Do you realize that everyone you know someday will die? And instead of saying all of your goodbyes let them know you realize that life goes fast. It's hard to make the good things last.
Submitted by rocketChips 4 months ago
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As with any loss in life and love, a hole filled with air is still a hole.
Simply covering a hole created by this loss doesn't remove the loss.
It does, however, make it easier to move forward over and past the hole.
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Submitted by emilysmith 8 months ago
I don't have any could-have, should-have, or would-haves. I wouldn't have changed anything. There's not many people that the last words that they said to their son or daughter was 'I love you,' and the last words they heard was 'I love you.' So that makes me sleep at night.
Submitted by rocketChips 8 months ago
Don’t grieve. Anything you lose comes round in another form.
Submitted by moon-flower 9 months ago
...people like Adam live 100 lives inthe span of time it takes most of us to live just one. When they go, they leave behind a lot of stories. You can't just tell the big ones. You have to tell them all, even the little stories that don't seem to mean much of anything, because details are the breadcrumb trails we follow when we're trying to find our way back to the people we've lost.
Submitted by rocketChips about 1 year ago
It made me laugh, it made me feel drunk, it made me feel high with loss, in that tightrope kind of way of sadness and hysteria. And when you don't have ideas like that, it feels too messy to bear. It gave me great comfort. It was something I would repeat to myself, like a mantra. Because for some time it felt like we had lost everything. And those words, that idea, calmed me down.
I didn't know what I was doing at so many points in my life that I felt that if I had stopped and admitted that I didn't know what I was doing then I would be really lost, and the best thing to do was to just keep forging and to act like you were okay.
And don’t worry about losing. If it is right, it happens—The main thing is not to hurry. Nothing good gets away.
Try now we can only lose,
And our love become a funeral pyre.
Submitted by wewerewhispers over 1 year ago
You have lost much, endured much...but you cling to the memory of your sacrifices, of all the things you have lost or left behind. They drag behind you, like chains of your own making. They have a terrible power over you - the power of grief, and loss, and regret. You have let go of the people, the places, the things, but you have not let go of the pain. You have not forgiven yourself.
Submitted by RavenDreams almost 2 years ago
Oh name forever sad! forever dear!
Still breathed in sighs, still ushered with a tear.
Submitted by amaguire about 2 years ago
When you win, say nothing. When you lose, say less.
Submitted by gkrieshok about 2 years ago
Nobody worries about kids listening to thousands, literally thousands of songs about heartbreak, rejection, pain, misery and loss. Did I listen to pop music because I was miserable? Or was I miserable because I listened to pop music?
Submitted by janvt over 2 years ago
Pain = regret of the past projected into potential negative futures. Otherwise it's just sensation. Being present = peace.
Submitted by mimusician over 2 years ago