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DEATH QUOTES


Ambrose Bierce
An army's bravest men are its cowards. The death which they would not meet at the hands of the enemy they will meet at the hands of their officers, with never a flinching.

Amelia Barr
Death is like the setting of the sun. The sun never sets; life never ceases. ... we think the sun sets, and it never ceases shining; we think our friends die, and they never cease living.

Amelia Barr
Death pays all debts.

Amelia Barr
What we call death was to him only emigration.

Anton Chekhov
Death can only be profitable: there’s no need to eat, drink, pay taxes, offend people, and since a person lies in a grave for hundreds or thousands of years, if you count it up the profit turns out to be enormous.

Anton Chekhov
Death is terrible, but still more terrible is the feeling that you might live for ever and never die.

Anton Chekhov
If I were asked to chose between execution and life in prison I would, of course, chose the latter. It’s better to live somehow than not at all.

Bill Cosby
The worst thing to do is to die while reading Life magazine.

Buddha
Ardently do today what must be done. Who knows? Tomorrow, death comes.

Buddha
But truly it is nothing strange that human beings should die.

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