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It's natural to be anxious, upset, and even to grieve.
Our hearts grieve for our dear friends and longtime leaders and for their family as they mourn this tragic loss.
You're watching someone in their final moments, you're watching families grieve and that of course makes you feel bad.
Then victors celebrate and the vanquished grieve, but both mourn their losses.
We grieve over the loss of an outstanding attorney, teacher and dear friend.
Now they can grieve and receive comfort and go on with life.
Studies have shown that the family of those who died through euthanasia grieve less than those who died naturally.
At any rate, if my comments grieve you so badly, take your grievance to the author who invited me with her opening line.
Grieve not for her nor speak of her with tears but laugh and tell of her as though she was beside us.
We grieve together with the rest of the family and send them all our sympathies.
Give them time to grieve and get their life back in order.
We were not prepared for you to leave and in our hearts will always grieve.
If you need time to grieve and reflect, do take a day off.
We grieve along with his family and his many friends.
It has been an endless week for the parents, wondering if it is time yet to begin to grieve.
Statistics can tell you a lot, but statistics do not grieve.
We will always grieve for those taken from us so violently.
Nor joy nor grieve too much for things beyond our care.
Though it make the unskilful laugh, cannot but make the judicious grieve.
Heck, even some other primates apparently can grieve over the loss of other primates.
There you can grieve and breathe, rinse your possessions in the chilly spring.
So many suffered and so many families are continuing to grieve for their loved ones.
Bereft children grieve for parents lost in their prime, for siblings scattered to the winds.
We panic when they are lost and grieve when they die.

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