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It is impossible to experience one's death objectively and
still carry a tune.
On the plus side, death is one of the few things that can
be done just as easily lying down.
I don't think anyone should write their autobiography until
after they're dead.
Death and life are in the power of one's tongue.
I've got all the money I'll ever need,
if I die by four o clock.
My doctor gave me six months to live but when
I couldn't pay his bill gave me six months more.
One thing about being successful is that I stopped
being afraid of dying. Once you're a star you're dead
already. You're embalmed.
The meaning of life is that it stops.
Death is not the greatest loss in life.
The greatest loss is what dies inside us
while we live.
What you give to charity in health is gold; in sickness, is silver, and after death, is copper.
The river of life...flows from birth toward death. Day follows day with wearisome monotony. Only the holidays twine themselves together to form the circle of the year. Only through the holidays does life experience the eternity of the river that returns to its source. Then life becomes eternal.
Charity delivers from death only when giver and recipient do not know the one who the other is.
Almsgiving delivers from death.
All go to one place:
all are from the dust and all turn to dust again.
I think the dead which are already gone [are]
more fortunate than the living who still breathe.
The dust returns to the earth as it was,
and the spirit returns to God Who gave it.
I have set before you life and death, blessing and curse;
therefore choose life, that you and your offspring may live.
From dust you are,
and to dust you shall return.
A favor done to the dead is an honest one.
If a man's wife dies and he has grown-up children, let him not remarry till he marry them off!
The talk of the child in the street is that of his father or mother at home.
A man whose first wife dies is as though the Temple was destroyed in his lifetime.
When a sage dies, all men should mourn.
It is nobler to visit a house of mourning than a house of feasting.
Man enters the world with closed hands, as if to say, 'The world is mine'; he leaves with open hands, as if to say, 'I take nothing with me.'