Quotations About / On: DEATH

  • 11.
    Oh death, death, why do you never come to me thus summoned always day by day?
    (Sophocles (497-406/5 B.C.), Greek tragedian. Philoctetes, l. 797.)
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  • 12.
    Life is a preparation for victory over death. The death of death is in the awareness of death at the time of death and it is possible only in living a life with full awareness each and every moment.
    (life)
    More quotations from: Ramakrushna Sahu
  • 13.
    If a door opens on it's own. And you say ' come in '. Have you invited death in? If death came in, would you sat and share with death your plan? If you make death cry, it may stay. But if you fill it with laughter it may just go away. Close the door. Just watch as death seems to just evaporate away
    (Lost from the heart)
    More quotations from: Ronald Strickland
  • 14.
    To have victory over death is the aim of life on earth; that is to realise that there is nothing called death in true sense.
    (death)
    More quotations from: Ramakrushna Sahu
  • 15.
    Life is a fool that allows death to do us apart but is wise enough to outlimite us all...it is old ticker that death cannot shake or be removed
    (Says Unlocked code)
    More quotations from: Teboho petrus ntaita
  • 16.
    Let us be baptized and save our souls to avoid the second death's (spiritual) hell fire after the first death (physical) .
    (baptism)
    More quotations from: Dexsta Ray
  • 17.
    You mustn't be afraid of death. When this ship sailed, death sailed on her.
    (Charles Larkworthy. Denison Clift. Anton Lorenzen (Bela Lugosi), Phantom Ship, talking to Mrs. Briggs about the series of shipboard deaths (1936).)
    More quotations from: Charles Larkworthy, death
  • 18.
    As for death one gets used to it, even if it's only other people's death you get used to.
    (Enid Bagnold (1889-1981), British novelist, playwright. Autobiography, ch. 16 (1969).)
    More quotations from: Enid Bagnold, death, people
  • 19.
    For with this desire of physical beauty mingled itself early the fear of death—the fear of death intensified by the desire of beauty.
    (Walter Pater 1839-1894, British writer, educator. originally published in Macmillan's Magazine (Aug. 1878). the narrator, in "The Child in the House," p. 163, repr. In Miscellaneous Studies, Macmillan (1895). Regarding Florian Deleal.)
    More quotations from: Walter Pater, fear, beauty, death
  • 20.
    Death is the sanction of everything the story-teller can tell. He has borrowed his authority from death.
    (Walter Benjamin (1892-1940), German critic, philosopher. repr. In Illuminations, ed. Hannah Arendt (1968). The Storyteller, sct. 11 (1936).)
    More quotations from: Walter Benjamin, death
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