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quote 2018-06-13 10:44
For there are moments in all our lives, great and small, that we must trudge alone our forlorn roads into infinite wilderness, to endure our midnight hours of pain and sorrow--- the Gethsemane moments, when we are on our knees or backs, crying out to a universe that seems to have abandoned us. These are the greatest of moments, where we show our souls. They are our "finest hours." That these moments are given to us is neither accidental not cruel. Without great mountains we cannot reach great heights. And we were born to reach great heights.
Miles to Go - Richard Paul Evans

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quote 2017-12-29 01:57
Had they really buried Gram yesterday? And now life was supposed to return to normal, with breakfasts and laundry and grandmothers with grandchildren.
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quote 2016-09-19 19:48
Grief is like a drunken house guest, always coming back for one more goodbye hug.
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quote 2015-02-04 15:21
I wish for her, a sharp thought that leaves an ache behind, like the smoke from a blown-out candle after a birthday wish.
This Is How I Find Her - Sara Polsky

This is How I Find Her, Sara Polsky

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quote 2014-04-29 18:05
While the controversy between Freud and Jung concerned theoretical matters, the exchange could not have been more personal; Anna Freud later remembered that the summer of 1913, just before their final break, was the only time she could remember her father depressed.
Freud's Requiem: Mourning, Memory, and the Invisible History of a Summer Walk - Matthew Von Unwerth

Matthew Von Unwerth, Freud's Requiem

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