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#1. Live in such a way no one who reads your obituary will be surprised you're a Christian. - Author: Darrell Case
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#2. Until today, you may not have realized that your life provides the content of your obituary. Just for today, examine your life. Think about all of the things you want to leave behind. Remember, the good thing about doing this today is that you still have time to rewrite your life's content if necessary. - Author: Iyanla Vanzant
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#3. When the 'Guardian' is commissioning writers to write obituary pieces about you and your career ... it doesn't get much nastier than that. And you've just got to go, 'It doesn't actually matter.' - Author: James Corden
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#4. The hairstyle that was chosen would impact how everyone - every filmgoing human - would envision me for the rest of my life. (And probably even beyond - it's hard to imagine any TV obituary not using a photo of that cute little round-faced girl with goofy buns on either side of her inexperienced head.) - Author: Carrie Fisher
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#5. God will come barefoot
looking for his lost shoe
eaten up by pseudo sons
waiting with charts of Obituary
at every unreal heart-scope
while volcanoes gather around me
( Selected Poems of Malay Roychoudhury ) - Author: Malay Roychoudhury
Kavadas Obituary quotes by Malay Roychoudhury
#6. [Obituary of atheist philosopher Richard Robinson]
An Atheist's Values is one of the best short accounts of liberalism (a term Robinson accepted) and humanism (a term he ignored) produced during the present century, all the more powerful for its lucidity and moderation, its wit and wisdom. It may now seem old-fashioned, but during those confused alarms of struggle and fight between the ignorant armies of left and right, thousands of readers must have taken inspiration from Richard Robinson's rational defence of rationalism.
It is a pity that it is now out of print, when there is still so much nonsense and so little sense in the world. - Author: Nicolas Walter
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#7. When my obituary notice at last appears in The Times, and they say: 'What, I thought he died years ago,' my ghost will gently chuckle. - Author: W. Somerset Maugham
Kavadas Obituary quotes by W. Somerset Maugham
#8. [José] Saramago for the last 25 years stood his own with any novelist of the Western world [..] He was the equal of Philip Roth, Gunther Grass, Thomas Pynchon and Don DeLillo. His genius was remarkably versatile - he was at once a great comic and a writer of shocking earnestness and grim poignancy. It is hard to believe he will not survive. - Author: Harold Bloom
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#9. Scarcely a day goes by without some claim that new technologies are fast writing newsprint's obituary. - Author: Rupert Murdoch
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#10. You should never write your own resume, personal ad, or obituary. In all three cases it is better to show your humility by letting someone else lie for you. - Author: David Hayden
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#11. In my mind my obituary is done.It is done and it is right. It tells the truth and as awful as it can be, the truth is what matters. It is what I should be remembered by, if I'm remembered at all. Remember the truth. that is all that matters - Author: James Frey
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#12. The obituary writers drew their incomplete sketches, touring through his life like travelers to England who do not ever see swans, sheep, bicycles, and blue eyes. - Author: Mark Helprin
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#13. Never was it [Capitalism] imposed on life as a system, or at all. It grew out of life, not all at once but gradually, and is therefore one of the great natural designs. When it was found and identified by such men as Adam Smith, who wrote its bible, and Karl Marx, who wrote its obituary too soon, it was already working. - Author: Garet Garrett
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#14. Read your own obituary notice; they say you live longer. Gives you second wind. New lease of life. - Author: James Joyce
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#15. An obituary should be an exercise in contemporary history, not a funeral oration. - Author: Peter Utley
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#16. Be natural my children. For the writer that is natural has fulfilled all the rules of art.
(Last words, according to Dickens's obituary in The Times.) - Author: Charles Dickens
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#17. If you start the day reading the obituaries, you live your day a little differently. - Author: David Levithan
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#18. I never wanted to see anybody die, but there are a few obituary notices I have read with pleasure. - Author: Clarence Darrow
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#19. I wake up every morning at nine and grab for the morning paper. Then I look at the obituary page. If my name is not on it, I get up. - Author: Benjamin Franklin
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#20. It was a confusion of ideas between him and one of the lions he was hunting in Kenya that had caused A. B. Spottsworth to make the obituary column. He thought the lion was dead, and the lion thought it wasn't - Author: P.G. Wodehouse
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#21. There's the obituary to look for the next week, six column inches about nothing that really mattered - Author: Chuck Palahniuk
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#22. There's no bad publicity except an obituary. - Author: Brendan Behan
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#23. A few years ago I wrote two versions of my obituary, the one I wanted and the one I was heading for. They were very different. I realized I needed to make some big changes if I was going to look back and be proud of my life. I am making those changes, and now I have a life worth living. - Author: Roz Savage
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#24. We all die someday," Nick muttered as he moved off into the darkness.
"Yeah, but I'd rather my obituary didn't lead with 'He broke into a jail museum and then died,'" Digger grumbled as he trailed after.
"At least it would read 'with his friends,'" Doc added.
"If I wanted to die with you jokers, I would have done it in Afghanistan!"
Nick and Owen both stopped and wheeled on Doc and Digger. "Will you at least pretend that you care we're doing something illegal here?" Nick hissed.
Doc and Digger muttered apologies, and they carried on. - Author: Abigail Roux
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#25. When other helpers fail and comforts flee, when the senses decay and the mind moves in a narrower and narrower circle, when the grasshopper is a burden and the postman brings no letters, and even the Royal Family is no longer quite what it was, an obituary column stands fast. - Author: Sylvia Townsend Warner
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#26. God was long gone before Nietzsche made his death certificate into a slogan, but no one
has yet written the obituary of the Devil. - Author: Thomas Ligotti
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#27. The dreams fresh on her mind, she wrote about the Ada she remembered. The obituary wasn't the sad, plodding list of mother and father, dead children, and surviving family. It honored a strong, funny woman. She proofed it a second time with a smile on her face. Ada would have slapped her knee and crowed along with her. - Author: Laura Trentham
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#28. Do not give alms promiscuously. Select the unworthy poor and make them happy. To give to the deserving is a duty, but to help the improvident, drinking class is clear generosity, so that the donor has a right to be warmed by a selfish pride and count on a most flattering obituary. - Author: George Ade
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#29. The least dignified thing that can happen to a man is to be murdered. If he dies in his sleep he gets a respectful obituary and perhaps a smiling portrait; it is how we all want to be remembered. But murder is the great exposer: here is the victim in his torn underwear, face down on the floor, unpaid bills on his dresser, a meager shopping list, some loose change, and worst of all the fact that he is alone. Investigation reveals what he did that day - it all matters - his habits are examined, his behavior scrutinized, his trunks rifled, and a balance sheet is drawn up at the hospital giving the contents of his stomach. Dying, the last private act we perform, is made public: the murder victim has no secrets. - Author: Paul Theroux
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#30. Bast crouched down and began making weird chittering noises. Uh-oh. She was imitating birds. I'd seen enough cats do this when they were stalking. Suddenly my own obituary flashed in my head: Carter Kane, 14, tragically died in Paris wen he was eaten by his sister's cat, Muffin. - Author: Rick Riordan
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#31. As the cleansing ocean closes over bin Laden's carcass, may the earth lie lightly on the countless graves of those he sentenced without compunction to be burned alive or dismembered in the street. - Author: Christopher Hitchens
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#32. I became interested in librarians while researching my first book, about obituaries. With the exception of a few showy eccentrics, like the former soldier in Hitler's army who had a sex change and took up professional whistling, the most engaging obit subjects were librarians. An obituary of a librarian could be about anything under the sun, a woman with a phenomenal memory, who recalled the books her aging patrons read as children - and was also, incidentally, the best sailor on her stretch of the Maine coast - or a man obsessed with maps, who helped automate the Library of Congress's map catalog and paved the way for wonders like Google Maps. - Author: Marilyn Johnson
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#33. As the victim of those impulses she must be looking in the paper for his obituary. - Author: Saul Bellow
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#34. About one month before he was killed, when asked by David Frost how his obituary should read: Something about the fact that I made some contribution to either my country, or those who were less well off. I think back to what Camus wrote about the fact that perhaps this world is a world in which children suffer, but we can lessen the number of suffering children, and if you do not do this, then who will do this? I'd like to feel that I'd done something to lessen that suffering. - Author: Robert Kennedy
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#35. One of the things I can do is to try to put myself in different kinds of movies and that kind of subtly changes my work. By the time my obituary is written, I want there to be a great western and a great comedy. - Author: Ethan Hawke
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#36. I have to erase my Google search histories, because they always lead to an obituary. - Author: Carrie Brownstein
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#37. If you don't have a nasty obituary you probably didn't matter. - Author: Freeman Dyson
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#38. One phrase you don't want kicking off your obituary is, Never, in the long history of bungee jumping ... - Author: Dana Gould
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#39. And most wonderful of all are words, and how they make friends one with another, being oft associated, until not even obituary notices them do part. - Author: O. Henry
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