Death Quotes and Sayings - Page 4
Most people would sooner die than think; in fact, they do so.
– Bertrand Russell
Free as the wind
There she was being buried deep beneath the ground. Never to be heard again. All alone in the dark with no light. That’s what she loved the most about life. The sun shining down on her face with the wind in her hair. Carefree till the day. That reached day. All I could do was scream. As the bullet shattered her last thought. Into the wind were her last words. Then she shut her eyes in to never ending sleep. Now she is free. Free as the wind itself. But never will I forget the man who did this. His face cold as ice, his eyes black with no care and his heart as evil as death.
In life things happen that you can’t take in all at once. You might act as if they were still there because you can’t let go of who you loved. But we must all learn to think of the good times. And remember what you did do and not what you never got the chance to do. So move on when it’s hard and take a deep breath. Don’t give up hope. It will always end.
It is nothing to die. It is frightful not to live.
– Victor Hugo
Life once asked death, “Why do people love me so, and despise you so badly?”
Death replied with this, “Because you are a beautiful lie, while I’m the ugly truth.”
Everybody wishes they could go to heaven but no one wants to die.
The end of the world has come often, and continues to come.
– Jonathan Safran Foer
Sweet is true love that is given in vain, and sweet is death that takes away pain.
– Alfred Tennyson
I look at life as a gift of God. Now that he wants it back I have no right to complain.