Today’s storms usher in tomorrow’s sunshine.
Maybe there is no one way to deal with grief, but knowing that we’re not totally alone is the best we can do.
It is easier to wipe a thousand tears from your eyes than to wipe a single tear from your soul.
Use your tears to water the garden of your dreams.
When night comes do not despair; rejoice instead and say to yourself, “At least now I can see the stars.
A heart’s wound heals quicker than a soul’s scratch.
Should could no longer feel grief. She was now like a Geiger counter that had been subjected to too much radiation, no longer capable of giving any reaction, noiselessly displaying a reading of zero.
It’s okay to cry. Giving in to the tears is terrifying,
like freefalling to earth without a parachute. But it’s vital to our wellbeing as we process the deep anguish.
The soul’s hands carry the heart’s burdens.
Don’t pluck a rose’s petals and then ask the rose why it is sad.