Recently Added Death Quotes

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    "Don't mourn for me. This is my destiny."

    October 31, 2017 by ChrisDesignCode in Death  ID#:642933
  • 12

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    Almost everyone will grow older.

    No one escapes the ticking of time.

    Those who don't live long

    Their tick will never be able to tock.

    They are put on a pedestal

    because

    they had youth and beauty on their side

    when they evaporated.

    Their memory

    remains

    frozen.

    For those who live to an old age;

    they had the opportunity

    to

    tock.

    But that tock is no guarantee

    because eventually it will be taken away.

    Which is better?

    To burn very brightly

    with only a tick?

    Or to tock

    and

    live a long life

    where you hope

    people will remember you

    and

    come to your funeral.

    To burn a normal life

    but to burn bright,

    but only for the end of their lives long lives.

    Which is more

    valuable?
    '''''
    Stephie Pahlavi Zan

    October 15, 2017 by stephiepahlavizan in Death  ID#:642668
  • 13

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    When faced with our own mortality the hardest man or woman cower! Humble yourself!

    September 18, 2017 by DraMatik_ in Death  ID#:642176
  • 14

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    death will take away every thing from you except your deeds

    July 14, 2017 by Thataboki in Death  ID#:641479
  • 15

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    “Death is the only fantasy that becomes real for all humans.”

    May 26, 2017 by Erik in Death  ID#:640940
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    You are born, you die. Everything else is truly irrelevant.

    May 8, 2017 by Ulaid in Death  ID#:640760
  • 17

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    No one wants to die, because, genetically, no one wants to die.

    May 8, 2017 by Ulaid in Death  ID#:640759
  • 18

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    To be honest, saying that no one knows what happens after death is like someone saying no one knows what happens after rainfall. Or an earthquake.

    May 8, 2017 by Ulaid in Death  ID#:640758
  • 19

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    Being in a rush to be healthy is ironically how you remain tethered to disease.

    April 20, 2017 by Immortal Inquiry in Death  ID#:640625
  • 20

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    Grief never completely goes away. It just becomes more manageable.

    March 15, 2017 by Susan_Gale in Death  ID#:640100