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25 Quotes About Death-We all know that our life starts with birth and ends with death, no matter how much we struggle through our life we have to face death one day. According to studies of what people are mostly scared of, the scientists have named “death” as one of the major things which eat up people’s mind.

A person can read anything, but no one can ever guess how and when a person will end their life. This leaves the people around the dead person into trauma. There are two kinds of death one is normal death where people just die normally due to illness or any reason it maybe and another one is suicide where people get highly depressed about their life and plan to end it. Whatever it maybe death is not the solution to any problem, we should fight for what we want and achieve success.

25 Quotes About Death

“Death, like birth, is a secret of Nature.” Marcus Aurelius


“Death is the most beautiful adventure in life.” Charles Frohman


“The closer you are to death, the more alive you feel.” Chris Hemsworth


“Is death the last sleep? No, it is the last and final awakening.” Walter Scott


“Death never takes the wise man by surprise, he is always ready to go.” Jean de La Fontaine


“After your death you will be what you were before your birth.” Arthur Schopenhauer


“Death ends a life, not a relationship.” Jack Lemmon


“Do not fear death so much but rather the inadequate life.” Bertolt Brecht


“Death is the last limit of all things.” Horace


“Death is a mighty, universal truth.” Charles Dickens


“There are remedies for all things but death.” Thomas Carlyle


“Death, thou art infinite; it is life is little.” Philip James Bailey


“Death hath so many doors to let out life.” John Fletcher


“Death is the ultimate boundary of human matters.” Horace


“Where all life dies death lives.” John Milton


“The Fear of Death often proves Mortal.” Joseph Addison


“Death is another life.” Philip James Bailey


“People living deeply have no fear of death.” Anais Nin


“Death is the waiting-room where we robe ourselves for immortality.” Charles Spurgeon


“For death is no more than a turning of us over from time to eternity.” William Penn


“If this is death, it is easier than life.” Robert Louis Stevenson


“He who doesn’t fear death dies only once.” Giovanni Falcone


“Death is not an end. It is a new impulse.” Henry Ward Beecher


“Death is a release from and an end of all pains.” Seneca the Younger


“Death is just a change in lifestyles.” Stephen Levine


Let us now see how some great writers spoke about death

Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we are alive. – Norman Cousins

This is my one favorite quote which sums up everything as it says, death is never a loss it’s a natural process, but the reason for that will kill us. This directly means that we should never let any sadness accumulate in us, we should never be depressed and sad for anything. We shouldn’t change for any reason we should enjoy life to the fullest then death won’t be a big misery.

In this world, nothing is said to be certain, except death and taxes. – Benjamin Franklin

This saying has a lot of meaning it as it says, a person can escape anything in life by doing certain things but can never escape to pay taxes or to die. They are equally inescapable.

Cowards die many times before death, the valiant never taste the death but once. – William Shakespeare

It says us that we should be as strong as a valiant in any situation of life, we should be courage and face situations with courage, then not even death can fear us. Cowards die daily when a hard task is given to them, but strong people face it and complete it. Thus, they achieve great heights in life and face death only once.

 

 

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