Condolence Phrases

Condolence Phrases

To share with people who are going through the hard time of separating from a loved one, I leave you these phrases. Phrases of condolence.


  • You don't love yourself to death. (Emily Dickinson)
  • The angels are always close to those who are in mourning, they tell their loved ones that they are safe in the hands of God. (Eileen Elias Freeman)
  • Living in the hearts of those we leave behind is not dying. (Thomas Campbell)
  • What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the teacher calls a butterfly. (Richard Bach)
  • Death, the last dream? No, the final awakening. (Sir Walter Scott)
  • The call of death is a call of love. Death can be sweet if we answer affirmatively, if we accept it as one of the great eternal forms of life and transformation. (Herman Hesse)
  • When you are sad look back into your heart, and you will see that you are truly crying for what was your delight. (Kahlil Gibran)
  • Heaven is a nearby place, so there's no need to say goodbye. (Lene Marlin)
  • Recovering from someone's death is not about forgetting, but about feeling entitled to remember. (Unknown author)
  • Tears are sometimes inappropriate in response to death. When you have lived an honest, successful, or simply full life, the correct response to commemorate death is a smile. (Julie Burchill)
  • What we hold close to our hearts will never really leave us. He lives in the goodness he has shared with us and the love he brought into our lives. (Unknown author)

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