Loss is loss and loss can never be compensated, or nothing can be compensated for loss.
Don't count loss in short life. Legally, anyway, stop loss. Stop loss, and save life.
No loss, any case. Loss is out of foolishness, loss is out of all loss. So, anyway, no more loss, then quite no loss.
The loss of enemies does not compensate for the loss of friends.
Sometimes we feel the loss of a prejudice as a loss of vigor.
Lust leads to loss, Loss leads to learn
Loss of the meaningfulness of life usually means loss of Hope for the future
Old age often means a loss of freedom and loss of control over one's life
) One often takes a loss in a dispute because continuing with it will cause greater loss
Losses of things are largely replaceable-losses of people largely are not
Loss of work can mean loss of one's sense of one's own meaningfulness
When loss comes, loss comes and none can protect the coming of loss. Rather, before the coming of loss, one can block the way of loss.
Bad company is as instructive as licentiousness. One makes up for the loss of one's innocence with the loss of one's prejudices.
'Life is an endless problem solving exercise where you try to solve problems both major and minor while experiencing major and minor gains and losses that end with the greatest loss possible.'
The loss of powers and abilities is also the loss of freedom-old age is a struggle to preserve as much as one's freedom as possible against the inevitable decline
In a time of sensitivity any small loss reminds of greater past losses, and increases the pain.
Don't only wait for profit, also wait for loss. Because, profit and loss come by turns.
It is difficult to sum up the loss of life, though the loss of business can be summed up.
We may loss wealth, it is recoverable, we may loss health it is curable, but if we loss morality we loss all. It is not compensate-able.