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Loss And Moving On Sayings By Judith S. Beck: A great mix of tips, tricks, and anecdotes, All is Forgiven, Move On has excellent A great mix of tips, tricks, and anecdotes, All is Forgiven, Move On has excellent ideas for your weight loss journey and for improving your life along the way! — Judith S. Beck
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Loss And Moving On Sayings By Madeleine L'Engle: The artist is a servant who is willing to be a birthgiver. In a very The artist is a servant who is willing to be a birthgiver. In a very real sense the artist (male or female) should be like Mary who, when the angel told her that she was to bear the Messiah, was obedient to the command.
... I believe that each work of art, whether it is a work of great genius, or something very small, comes to the artist and says, "Here I am. Enflesh me. Give birth to me." And the artist either says, "My soul doth magnify the Lord," and willingly becomes the bearer of teh work, or refuses; but the obedient response is not necessarily a conscious one, and not everyone has the humble, courageous obedience of Mary.
As for Mary, she was little more than a child when the angel came to her; she had not lost her child's creative acceptance of the realities moving on the other side of the everyday world. We lose our ability to see angels as we grow older, and that is a tragic loss. — Madeleine L'Engle
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Loss And Moving On Sayings By Rich Franklin: You have to have like a bit of amnesia both on the winning side and You have to have like a bit of amnesia both on the winning side and the losing side of this thing ... On the losing side you need to be able to forget a loss to be able to move on and to be successful in your next fight. But on the winning side you need to be able to forget a win so you don't get stuck in this pattern of like, "I'm unstoppable". So there has to be a level of amnesia for a fighter. — Rich Franklin
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Loss And Moving On Sayings By Hank Azaria: Getting over someone is a grieving process. You mourn the loss of the relationship, and Getting over someone is a grieving process. You mourn the loss of the relationship, and that's only expedited by 'Out of sight, out of mind.' But when you walk outside and see them on a billboard or on TV or on the cover of a magazine, it reopens the wound. It's a high-class problem, but it's real. — Hank Azaria
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Loss And Moving On Sayings By Lawren Leo: Sometimes we grieve the living more than the dead. Sometimes we grieve the living more than the dead. — Lawren Leo
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Loss And Moving On Sayings By Brent Jones: It feels like I'm stuck in one spot. It's been this way for a long It feels like I'm stuck in one spot. It's been this way for a long time. I know you understand, but now you're moving on without me. And I - I'm not ready to be alone. — Brent Jones
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Loss And Moving On Sayings By Elizabeth J. Church: It was magic to be above [the clouds], to see their uppermost contours, the way It was magic to be above [the clouds], to see their uppermost contours, the way they caught the light and held it, their vast shadows moving upon the face of the earth. I wished I could open the window and know what the world sounded like at that altitude. I thought about the solitude of that world, how it must be inhabited by the voice of the wind, only. ... I thought about what my crows saw as they flew above canyons and treetops, the birds-eye view of life. They would recognize specific trees, perches, and nesting sites from a completely different perspective than I could. Their maps differed from mine; they knew the topography, the contours of the landscape, on a much grander scale. — Elizabeth J. Church
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Loss And Moving On Sayings By Mary Esselman: Be glad that once you did experience that magic. It's part of who you are Be glad that once you did experience that magic. It's part of who you are now, and you're richer for it. — Mary Esselman
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Loss And Moving On Sayings By Taylor Rhodes: instead of mourning, instead of a moment of silence or a hateful, islamophobic message, how instead of mourning, instead of a moment of silence or a hateful, islamophobic message, how about today we make the world a little brighter?
be kinder. be a little gentler, with yourself and others. take more pictures. tell more jokes. be a better human.
today is a lot more than a tragedy. today is a birthday. a day of suicide awareness. a wedding. a birth. a new job. today is a kiss and someone on a tarred over warehouse roof whispering about the day the earth stood still and the day it began spinning again.
be kind. just be kind. it's time we took this day back for the wild ones, for the fiery eyes, for the happy and the brave and the new. no more mourning. let it just be a sunday. — Taylor Rhodes
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Loss And Moving On Sayings By Stephen King: It was both terrible and oddly humbling to realize how easily physical discomfort could take It was both terrible and oddly humbling to realize how easily physical discomfort could take control, expanding like poison gas until it owned all the floor-space, took over the entire playing field. Grief? Loss? What were those things when you could feel cold on the march, moving in from your fingers and toes, crawling up your motherfucking nose, and moving where? Toward the brain, do it please ya. And toward the heart. In the grip of cold like that, grief and loss were nothing but words. No, not even that. Only sounds. So much meaningless quack as you sat shuddering under the stars, waiting for a morning that would never come. — Stephen King
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Loss And Moving On Sayings By Mary Esselman: You were many wonderful things to many people before you met himdon't let this one You were many wonderful things to many people before you met him
don't let this one event define who you are. — Mary Esselman
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Alexandre Dumas: Valentine reposes within the walls of Paris, and to leave Paris is like losing her Valentine reposes within the walls of Paris, and to leave Paris is like losing her a second time."
"Maximilian," said the count, "the friends that we have lost do not repose in the bosom of the earth, but are buried deep in our hearts, and it has been thus ordained that we may always be accompanied by them. — Alexandre Dumas
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Taylor Rhodes: Moving on should be a required high school classbecause Lynchburg is determined to make me Moving on should be a required high school class
because Lynchburg is determined to make me forget. — Taylor Rhodes
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Vironika Tugaleva: Yes, it's okay to be afraid. It's okay to hesitate before plunging from your comfort Yes, it's okay to be afraid. It's okay to hesitate before plunging from your comfort zone.
It's okay to have scars, pimples, insecurities, moles, cellulite, tremors, debts, redness, regrets, loneliness and uncertainty.
It's okay to have no idea what you're doing.
It's okay to struggle with some things, while enjoying others. It's okay to find joy in the beauty in life, even after a great loss. It's okay to change. It's okay to move on. And it's okay to fear changing and moving on.
Wherever you are, and whatever you are experiencing, is okay. You didn't invent the universe and you didn't invent the human condition.
You don't need permission to live whatever you're living, even if it looks and feels different from anyone else's life around you. And it's okay to feel like you need that permission anyway. — Vironika Tugaleva
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Randy Siegel: Most breakups are awful. But with compassion, attention, introspection, and intention they can become transforming, Most breakups are awful. But with compassion, attention, introspection, and intention they can become transforming, bringing you closer to alignment with your true self while preparing you for the next great adventure. — Randy Siegel
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Mary J. McCoy-Dressel: Jase took a step around the desk, moving closer, narrowing his eyes.Rebecca placed her hands Jase took a step around the desk, moving closer, narrowing his eyes.
Rebecca placed her hands on her hips, defiance in her stance and voice. "My kids, too."
Two steps brought him in front of her. "You don't have a job if you leave. Your job is here working the ranch with me. If you want to go, go, but don't take off with my children. You can't even fix them dinner."
When she turned, he took hold of her arm, hating this deceit ... and loss. "Why, Rebecca? I've been a good husband to you. — Mary J. McCoy-Dressel
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Angelica Hopes: Shine in any season of your life!Head on with confidence in your life's pilgrim!In deep Shine in any season of your life!
Head on with confidence in your life's pilgrim!
In deep faith, countless hope and unconditional love blessed by the Almighty.
Newness of each rising day, bringing forth colourful sunsets.
Enkindle your soul once more with courage, joy and love,
flowing in a river of awakening & sharing:
with a heart who once knew that hurt, pain, loss ...
means to SHINE! — Angelica Hopes
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Laura Ramirez: Love is like a lighthouse, a beacon in the dark. When you lose the path Love is like a lighthouse, a beacon in the dark. When you lose the path that lights your way, you feel that you have died, but I assure you, you have not. You are reaching out for help or you would not have found this page. So red these quotations, allow yourself to feel your pain and cry out your loss and anguish. As you let it go, you will find the strength and courage to put your relationship in perspective and move on. — Laura Ramirez
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Mika Yamamori: There were many tears, many unsure times, many troubled moments. The fun memories were only There were many tears, many unsure times, many troubled moments. The fun memories were only a few, but even so, those memories will shine bright like stardust, and continue to shine on in my heart. — Mika Yamamori
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Judith Viorst: We lost not only through death, but also by leaving and being left, by changing We lost not only through death, but also by leaving and being left, by changing and letting go and moving on. And our losses include not only our separations and departures from those we love, but our conscious and unconscious losses of romantic dreams, impossible expectations, illusions of freedom and power, illusions of safety
and the loss of our own younger self, the self that thought it would always be unwrinkled and invulnerable and immortal. — Judith Viorst
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Susan Abulhawa: I grieved three thousand times. Then I grieved for myself, a lonely woman without the I grieved three thousand times. Then I grieved for myself, a lonely woman without the honor given to the wives of the fallen. The reverence for their loss, for their children's loss. It was eloquent and grand. So moving and charged with solidarity ... On September eleventh, I faced the last moments of your father's life. I saw him in every person who tried to jump and every body they pulled from the rubble. And I saw myself as I was never allowed to be, consoled, understood, and loved. — Susan Abulhawa
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Pamela Hansford Johnson: The most deeply moving element in the contemplation of beauty is the element of loss. The most deeply moving element in the contemplation of beauty is the element of loss. We desire to hold; but the sunset melts into the night, and the secret of the painting on the wall can never be the secret of the buyer. — Pamela Hansford Johnson
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Lee-Anne Peters: As you release, align and commit to your life's purpose, you begin to access more As you release, align and commit to your life's purpose, you begin to access more of your lightbody. And as we birth this new world together, you may go through preparation stages, as your physical body restructures and reassembles into its new form. As you embark on this journey, you may go through periods of feeling loss, sadness and grief as you may be faced with the reality that you will never return back to this old world that held you safe for so many lifetimes. We are moving into a new energy, and a new world, and in this new world will be different ways to live, create and be. Nothing will ever be the same again. We are changing from the inside out and sometimes from the outside in! — Lee-Anne Peters
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Lang Leav: Here are the things I want for you -I want you to be happy. I Here are the things I want for you -
I want you to be happy. I want someone else to know the warmth of your smile, to feel the way I did when I was in your presence.
I want you to know how happy you once made me and though you really did hurt me, in the end, I was better for it. I don't know if what we had was love, but if it wasn't, I hope to never fall in love. Because of you, I know I am too fragile to bear it.
I want you to remember my lips beneath your fingers and how you told me things you never told another soul. I want you to know that I have kept sacred, everything you had entrusted in me and I always will.
Finally, I want you to know how sorry I am for pushing you away when I had only meant to bring you closer. And if I ever felt like home to you, it was because you were safe with me. - I want you to know that most of all. — Lang Leav
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Barbara Elsborg: 'Everything is temporary. Nothing lasts. We're born. We die. Life's all about loss and change. 'Everything is temporary. Nothing lasts. We're born. We die. Life's all about loss and change. Things happen, we learn to adapt or we don't, but we move on in some way or another. Sometimes that's hard and takes longer than we'd like.' — Barbara Elsborg
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Peyton Manning: After a loss like this we just have to go back and work harder. We After a loss like this we just have to go back and work harder. We got outplayed and that's all there is to it. You have to let it go, move on and just work harder. — Peyton Manning
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Faraaz Kazi: Have you ever lost someone close to you? Someone who is at the core of Have you ever lost someone close to you? Someone who is at the core of your universe, the hero of all your stories...when that happens, it isn't just the loss of one life, it's the loss of two lives - one who found another world, perhaps...and one who is left behind. — Faraaz Kazi
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Allen Klein: Laughter, and the broader category of humor, are key elements in helping us go on Laughter, and the broader category of humor, are key elements in helping us go on with our life after a loss. — Allen Klein
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Jodi Picoult: How do you do it?""Do what?""All of it. You know. Go to class and practice. How do you do it?"
"Do what?"
"All of it. You know. Go to class and practice. Make it through the day. Act like ... like none if it mattered."
Jason swore beneath his breath and pulled the car over. Then he reached across the seat and brushed his thumb over her cheek; until then, she hadn't been aware she was crying. "Trix," he sighed, "it mattered. — Jodi Picoult
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Raymond Carver: Grief"Woke up early this morning and from my bedlooked far across the Strait to seea Grief"

Woke up early this morning and from my bed
looked far across the Strait to see
a small boat moving through the choppy water,
a single running light on. Remembered
my friend who used to shout
his dead wife's name from hilltops
around Perugia. Who set a plate
for her at his simple table long after
she was gone. And opened the windows
so she could have fresh air. Such display
I found embarrassing. So did his other
friends. I couldn't see it.
Not until this morning. — Raymond Carver
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Kazuo Ishiguro: That was the only time, as I stood there, looking at that strange rubbish, feeling That was the only time, as I stood there, looking at that strange rubbish, feeling the wind coming across those empty fields, that I started to imagine just a little fantasy thing, because this was Norfolk after all, and it was only a couple of weeks since I'd lost him. I was thinking about the rubbish, the flapping plastic in the branches, the shore-line of odd stuff caught along the fencing, and I half-closed my eyes and imagined this was the spot where everything I'd ever lost since my childhood had washed up, and I was now standing here in front of it, and if I waited long enough, a tiny figure would appear on the horizon across the field, and gradually get larger until I'd see it was Tommy, and he'd wave, maybe even call. The fantasy never got beyond that
I didn't let it
and though the tears rolled down my face, I wasn't sobbing or out of control. I just waited a bit, then turned back to the car, to drive off to wherever it was I was supposed to be. — Kazuo Ishiguro
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Danielle Wood: I looked inward at my heart. And indeed, there too, the criss-cross corsetry was slackened I looked inward at my heart. And indeed, there too, the criss-cross corsetry was slackened and gaping. I was all undone. Potentially, I could spill. Or tangle. And so I began to tug at my own heartstrings, pulling them up tight until there was just the right amount of tension at each criss and each cross. Then I bent down to my boots and laced them firmly too, first the left, then the right, finishing off on each side with a surgeon's shoelace knot. — Danielle Wood
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Jose Panate-Aceves And John Hayes: In the mainstream, with its illusion of unlimited relational possibilities, we can counter dissatisfaction in In the mainstream, with its illusion of unlimited relational possibilities, we can counter dissatisfaction in relationships by simply moving on in search of the "right people." But community ... demands we cultivate friendships with people we might not choose ordinarily. Founding friendship on commitment rather than "chemistry" often requires adjustment ... At the end of the day, however, we have found that any loss of chemistry in relationships is more than made up for with gains in meaning. — Jose Panate-Aceves And John Hayes
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Sharon Weil: If we can't feel into the heart of grief, we can't truly move on to If we can't feel into the heart of grief, we can't truly move on to experience hope and joy. We can't be present to what is now, and what is next, because we are bound by the loss and sorrow that holds us to the past. Grief has to flow. It has to be carried, not just by you, but by the others with you, by your community, until it transforms to the next rightful calling of your heart to action. — Sharon Weil
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Andrew McMillan: the toilet is an intimacyonly shared with parents when you are youngand once again when the toilet is an intimacy
only shared with parents when you are young
and once again when they are older
and with lovers when say on a Sunday
morning stretching into the bathroom
you wake to the sound of stream into bowl
and go to hug the naked body
stood with its back to you and kiss the neck
and taste the whole of the night on there
and smell the morning's pale yellow loss
and take the whole of him in your hand
and feel the water moving through him
and knowing that this is love the prone flesh
what we expel from the body and what we let inside — Andrew McMillan
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Markus Zusak: She took a step and didn't want to take any more, but she did. She took a step and didn't want to take any more, but she did. — Markus Zusak
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Meg Donohue: Sometimes grief cuts us off from the people and activities we love for the simple Sometimes grief cuts us off from the people and activities we love for the simple reason that we don't want to feel happy, which feels too much like moving on. — Meg Donohue
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Kevin Rudd: The time has now come for the nation to turn a new page in Australia's The time has now come for the nation to turn a new page in Australia's history by righting the wrongs of the past and so moving forward with confidence to the future. We apologise for the laws and policies of successive parliaments and governments that have inflicted profound grief, suffering and loss on these our fellow Australians ... — Kevin Rudd
Loss And Moving On Sayings By April Mae Monterrosa: When it comes to love and loss, acceptance is never easy. We can't make someone When it comes to love and loss, acceptance is never easy. We can't make someone see all we have to give, make them love us, or make them change. All we can do is move on and stop wasting time. — April Mae Monterrosa
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Ellen Willis: Surely we have had enough of confusing maleness with "usefulness" and other human virtues. If Surely we have had enough of confusing maleness with "usefulness" and other human virtues. If men had a more modest view of what their masculinity ought to entail, perhaps they could move on from debilitating feelings of loss to tackling their real economic and political problems. — Ellen Willis
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Roger Scruton: The most important political effect of this displacement of civil by enterprise association has been The most important political effect of this displacement of civil by enterprise association has been the gradual loss of authority and decision-making from the bottom of society, and its transfer to the top. If you supply society with a dynamic purpose, especially one conceived in these linear terms, as moving always forwards towards greater equality, greater justice, greater prosperity or, in the case of the EU, 'ever closer union', you at the same time license the would-be leaders. You give credentials to those who promise to guide society along its allotted path, and you confer on them the authority to conscript, dictate, organize and punish the rest of us, regardless of how we might otherwise wish to lead our lives. In particular, you authorize the invasion of those institutions and associations that form the heart of civil society, in order to impose on them a direction and a goal that may have nothing to do with their intrinsic nature. — Roger Scruton
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Tammy-Louise Wilkins: What's the difference? You ask meThe difference is, a smile touches my lipsWhen I remember What's the difference? You ask me
The difference is, a smile touches my lips
When I remember both the memory of you entering my life
And the memory of you leaving my life — Tammy-Louise Wilkins
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Randy Siegel: Yes, we will get hurt. Our hearts will break, and if we are lucky they Yes, we will get hurt. Our hearts will break, and if we are lucky they will break open. When they do, we can begin to experience ourselves, relationships - indeed all of life - in a deeper, richer, and more meaningful way. — Randy Siegel
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Walter Anderson: Bad things do happen; how I respond to them defines my character and the quality Bad things do happen; how I respond to them defines my character and the quality of my life. I can choose to sit in perpetual sadness, immobilized by the gravity of my loss, or I can choose to rise from the pain and treasure the most precious gift I have - life itself. — Walter Anderson
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Kelseyleigh Reber: I can see her struggling to find the right word. Death seems so harsh. Passing I can see her struggling to find the right word. Death seems so harsh. Passing so oblique. Some things are beyond words, I suppose, and she never finishes the statement. It seems right, that her words should fall into oblivion; after all, she - like me, like everyone - has no words for what follows, for the unknowable, only her hopes and prayers and an unwavering faith in something more. — Kelseyleigh Reber
Loss And Moving On Sayings By Rosamund Lupton: It makes the other one more precious and also not enough. We have to try It makes the other one more precious and also not enough. We have to try to fill not only our own boots but other people's too - yours, Leo's, Dad's. We have to expand at the moment we feel the most shrunk. — Rosamund Lupton