Sorrow follows us like our shadow, and we do not seem to be able to resolve it. Sorrow has an ending, but it does not come about through any system or method. There is no sorrow when there is perception of ‘what is’. When you see very clearly what is whether it be the fact that life has no fulfilment, or the fact that your son, your brother, or your husband is dead; when you know the fact as it actually is, without interpretation, without having an opinion about it, without any ideation, ideals, or judgements, then I think there is the ending of sorrow.
– Jiddu Krishnamurti