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While you are alive, conquer death, and you shall have no regrets in the end.

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Who can take Death’s portrait? The tyrant never sat.

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Who is it that called time the avenger, yet failed to see that death was the consoler. What mortal afflictions are there to which death does not bring full remedy? What hurts of hope and body does it not repair? ‘This is a sharp medicine,’ said Raleigh, speaking of the axe, ‘but it cures all disorders.’

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Who knows we have not lived before In forms that felt delight, and pain? If death is not the open door Through which we pass to life again?

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Why would you be afraid of death? It would be an inconvenience. I have a lot of undone things and it’s bound to get in the way. But, no, it doesn’t scare me at all.

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Will not all my riches save me? What! is there no bribing death?

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With the benefit of hindsight, the content of that letter has bothered me since her death.

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written as a reaction to the high casualty rates of the British Expeditionary Force at Mons and Le Cateau

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Xerxes the great did die; And so must you and I.

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Yes, death–the hourly possibility of it–death is the sublimity of life.

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Yet tell me, frighted senses! what is death? Blood only stopp’d, and interrupted breath; The utmost limit of a narrow span, And end of motion, which with life began, And smoke that rises from the kindling fires Is seen this moment and the next expires; As empty clouds by rising winds are toss’d Their fleeting forms scarce sooner found than lost.

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Yet ’twill only be a sleep: When, with songs and dewy light, Morning blossoms out of Night, She will open her blue eyes ‘Neath the palms of Paradise, While we foolish ones shall weep.

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You can die the death of a thousand cuts very easily.

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You can kill a man but you can’t kill an idea.

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You can plead guilty, but you can’t plead death. You can request it.

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You can’t say there’s going to be no death penalty and then say we can’t have severe conditions of confinement.

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You do not have any feelings any more because you are on the verge of death.

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You give me nothing during your life, but you promise to provide for me at your death. If you are not a fool, you know what I wish for!

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You just can’t complain about being alive. It’s self-indulgent to be unhappy. [When asked how she has coped since husband’s death.]

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You needn’t die happy when your day comes, but you must die satisfied, for you have lived your life from beginning to end.

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