"Love is stronger than death."
I've lived long enough to have lost some things. The list includes people, careers, health, and more. Probably true for you as well. The reality of loss is not an age-related thing, though our culture still sells the BS of loss is for the older crowd.
I value what I've lost.
I hear Joni Mitchell in my head singing "well somethings lost and somethings gained in living everyday." Our best remedy is the art of reflection and being. The consequence of reflecting and being is you can't be so distracted and doing in life. You better get this one down, your life, and its quality, might depend on it.
Hear's what time hasn't taken from me:
In all of life's losses and heartbreaks, love remains. Whether I've fallen, chosen or awakened to, love has remained. That poem at the beginning is true, not even death. How can that be? I've had my moments of wondering, but the truth remains. When love enters you it never leaves. The colors and brush strokes may vary and change, but love never leaves.
It's mysterious and beautiful.