Everything is going to be okay.
Every day feels like we are constantly swimming through a pool of mixed emotions, and the list of quotes about losing a loved one below touch on just that. The moment we resurface to catch our breath, something begs us to go back into the unknown and hold our breath just awhile longer.
With the coronavirus pandemic now infecting more than one million people in the United States, questions are beginning to appear more than answers and resolutions. “When are things going to go back to normal,” “When can we go back out to enjoy ourselves?”
The battle between man and an invisible crusader is raging on as experts and scientists in different parts of the world are racing against time to create the first vaccine for COVID-19.
But what’s worse than an actual pandemic? The loss of a loved one.
It seems to me that at almost every moment I hear an ambulance speeding past my area. And in the back of my mind, I hope and pray that they are not going to pick up yet another lost soul to the virus.
But with a beautiful life often comes a tragic death no matter how wonderful things may seem. We all know and expect death to come knocking at our doors at some point in life, but we don’t like to expect it during times like this.
The thought of any one of our family members falling ill to the virus is a scary thought alone. But not knowing if their immune system potentially wouldn’t be able to fight this disease is even worse.
Losing someone you know or love is probably one of the hardest things to endure in life. One moment they’re here, and the next we are standing over their grave wondering why we did not call or text them one last time.
There are so many ways to help you during your time of mourning, and I hope that these next quotes about losing a loved one help make the process a bit easier.
1. “Come back. Even as a shadow, even as a dream.”— Euripides
2. “If the people we love are stolen from us, the way to have them live on is to never stop loving them.”— James O’Barr
3. “When he died, all things soft and beautiful and bright would be buried with him.”— Madeline …