• The deep pain that is felt
    at the death of every friendly soul
    arises from the feeling that there is
    in every individual something
    which is inexpressible,
    peculiar to him alone,
    and is, therefore,
    absolutely and irretrievably lost.

    Arthur Schopenhauer, E. F. J. Payne (1974). “Parerga and Paralipomena: Short Philosophical Essays”, p.585, Oxford University Press