If we lose something dear to us and get down ourselves, the problem is not the loss, but our outlook on it.
Nothing External Matters, Only Our Reaction To It
Kris Gage
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I have been saying something similar for years.

We truly grieve not for who or what we’ve lost, but for our inability to comprehend the empty space. Or, to reconcile it with our perception of the future.

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