Epictetus On Loss

Epictetus (c. 55 – 135 AD) Who is good if he knows not who he is? And who knows what he is, if he forgets that things which have been made are perishable, and that it is not possible for one human being to be with another always?

Katharine Weber On Loss

Katharine Weber (November 12, 1955 -) Life seems sometimes like nothing more than a series of losses, from beginning to end. That’s the given. How you respond to those losses, what you make of what’s left, that’s the part you have to make up as you go.