Death is a sad reality we must all accept.

#1. We all labor against our own cure, for death is the cure of all diseases – Author: Thomas Browne

#2. If I can imagine the death of reality then I can imagine a whole new world of possibilities – Author: Rita Ames

#3. When I was growing up in Virginia, the Civil War was presented to me as glorious with dramatic courage and military honor. Later, I realized how death was central to the reality. It was at the core of women’s lives. It’s what they talked about most. – Author: Drew Gilpin Faust

#4. This was perhaps the evolutionary usefulness of the elderly, Bao had concluded: to give the young some kind of psychic shield from reality, putting them under a description which allowed them to ignore the fact that age and death would come to them too, and could come early and out of sequence. – Author: Kim Stanley Robinson

#5. I think that grief is a profound spiritual, metaphysical, and – oddly – physical reckoning with death, which we don’t understand well. It’s both the process by which you relearn the world in the absence of someone who was a pillar in it, and the process in which you confront the reality of death. – Author: Meghan O’Rourke

#6. Knowledge of material reality is the knowledge of death. – Author: Richard M. Weaver

#7. How many wives have been forced by the death of well-intentioned but too protective husbands to face reality late in life, bewildered and frightened because they were strangers to it! – Author: Hortense Odlum

#8. Death and sex are the dominant reality of our day. – Author: Nick Mancuso

#9. A soul isn’t given for free. The races of men fight each other to the death for the honor of being recognized as human beings, with souls. – Author: Daniel H. Wilson

#10. Heaven’s full of astronauts and the Lord’s on death row. – Author: Joni Mitchell

#11. Just as when we come into the world, when we die we are afraid of the unknown. But the fear is something from within us that has nothing to do with reality. Dying is like being born: just a change. – Author: Isabel Allende

#12. The first and foremost reality is that suffering and death are not only enemies of life, but a means of reminding us of life’s twin realities, love and hate. – Author: Ravi Zacharias

#13. Some right-wingers, especially those who think of the entire Islamic religion as a totalitarian death cult, would likewise get a crash-course in reality if they ever bothered to hang out in Iraq and meet actual Muslims. – Author: Michael Totten

#14. Because in the end, we die. It’s like Chekhov observed in so many of his plays: ‘in two hundred years, no one will even know we were here. – Author: Zack Love

#15. The experiences associated with death were seen as visits to important dimensions of reality that deserved to be experienced, studied, and carefully mapped. – Author: Stanislav Grof

#16. And there’s this talk that we’re asking soldiers to make the greatest sacrifice, but the reality is that civilians bear the burden of war more than the combatants. You’re much more likely to get accidentally blown up or killed by a death squad than you are to die in a firefight. – Author: Michael Hastings

#17. fear can only be created by an enclosed mind happiness and laughter are all measures of are success when the reality are goals are all the same death

so the reality of success can be seen as a disguise to protect from the fear which is death – Author: Richard Kent

#18. Science is great for us. But for someone who see the human evaluation for more than one million years, science is a just a one instant and younger than a baby. – Author: Muditha Champika

#19. Was it better to die in the illusion of sunshine and warmth or face death in a cold darkness of reality? Was it better to die in happy ignorance or terrified knowledge? The answer, if you’re a Londoner, is that it’s better not to die at all. – Author: Ben Aaronovitch

#20. The world isn’t big enough for all of us. – Author: S.R. Crawford

#21. The only thing set in stone are dumb quotes and names of dead people. Everything else is subject to change. – Author: Kimberly Spencer

#22. As we grow old, we become aware that death is drawing near; his shadow falls across our path; the realities of life seem less crude than of yore, they touch our senses less intimately, and they lose much of their poignancy. – Author: Stefan Zweig

#23. In the middle of the brutal reality of death, Jesus never stopped calling people to life. Centering his attention on life, he continually pushes past the smaller and cheaper things we tend to live for and goes right to the core issue, which is life itself. – Author: Rick McKinley

#24. I think it’s very dangerous, the idea of celebrity – you have to be constantly controversial to maintain the status of celebrity. Reality TV is the death of entertainment – it’s just mindless TV but popular because of its voyeuristic nature, and people are very voyeuristic. – Author: David Suchet

#25. It’s not that easy living with malaria. The reality of the high annual death toll should make that very obvious. – Author: T.K. Naliaka

#26. When your head is smashing into the concrete you don’t have question about whether it’s a real sensation. And ultimately, that’s what’s going to unmake us all – smashing up against the physical reality of death and decay, and being unmade. – Author: Will Sheff

#27. In the midst of death we are in life. Life is the only reality; what men call death is but a shadow … – Author: George MacDonald

#28. Let us remember that the central reality must be sought in the writer’s work: it is what the writer chose to write, or was compelled to write, that finally matters. And certainly Mishima’s carefully premeditated death is part of his work. – Author: Yukio Mishima

#29. If things went according to the death notices, … the earth seems to have been populated by a horde of wingless angels without one’s having been aware of it. Pure love, which in reality is to be found so seldom, shines on all sides in death, and is the commonest thing of all. – Author: Erich Maria Remarque

#30. She lived in the dream world of unreality, or else she would not admit reality; he did not know. In any case, he loved her as she was. It might never be used, but it would give her pleasure to have it. – Author: Nevil Shute

#31. I believe that the world is dying, not just me. And fantasy will save no one. The deathly unreality of Utopia, the merchandizing of Utopia is wicked, deadly reality. – Author: Harold Brodkey

#32. Death is a reality that calls the rest of life and all of our assorted strivings into sharp relief. – Author: Craig D. Lounsbrough

#33. Behind everyday reality, there is a deeper reality so cruel that it condemns to death those who crime is no greater than the pursuit of their own curiosity.
(“Shem-El-Nessim: An Inspiration In Perfume”) – Author: Chris Bell

#34. The intense roller coaster of emotions will gradually lesson over time. But there is no timeframe for the grieving process, and it will not be rushed, no matter how fast you’d like to “get over it.” The reality is that there is no getting over it; you can only walk through it. – Author: Elizabeth Berrien

#35. Thoughts, and words that spring from them, bend the individual’s reality. To speak of death is to invite it. To think of sorrow is to produce it. – Author: Tony Hillerman

#36. The possibility of injury or death was a strong attraction: as the online world became more and more pre-edited and slicked up, and as even its so-called reality sites raised questions about authenticity in the minds of the viewers, the rough, unpolished physical world was taking on a mystic allure. – Author: Margaret Atwood

#37. Contemplating from the confines of a desk the reality of death is worthwhile, but only moderately enriching. Too often do I resort to it; rarely do I get with death in the ring. – Author: Richard Ronald Allan

#38. In Valiente’s world,” Eden wrote,”Love is never consummated, but remains a figment of the hero’s own imagination. In preferring dreams to reality, the hero dooms himself. He would rather risk a physical death than the death of his beloved illusion. – Author: Ava Zavora

#39. [after the death of a loved one] It is when there is nothing more to be done that the reality of the loss often hits with full force. – Author: Judith Martin

#40. In youth we take egregious risks because death has no reality for us. Youth goes caparisoned in immortality. It is only in middle age that we are shadowed by the awareness of the transitoriness of life. – Author: P.D. James

#41. She has the mysterious solitude of ambiguous states; she hovers in a no-man’s land between life and death, sleeping and waking. – Author: Angela Carter

#42. There were so many layers of reality to the world. Nothing stopped for death; nothing stopped for grief or horror or tragedy. – Author: Rachel Caine

#43. Treasures are hidden and hard to find but if we could find a real treasure, it will shine our lives. In the similar way ultimate reality is hidden and hard to find but if we could find it, it will shine our lives. – Author: Muditha Champika