People Dying Quotes

People Dying Quotes by Anais Nin, Chris Rose, Mo Rocca, Henry Van Dyke, Malik Zulu Shabazz, Michael Jackson and many others.

People living deeply have no fear of death.
If there was no New Orleans, America would just be a bunch of free people dying of boredom.” –Judy Deck in an e-mail sent to Chris Rose
When it comes to war, we focus more on the mainstream coverage of the event, rather than the event itself. People dying is never funny. Protest puppets are always funny.
Some people are so afraid do die that they never begin to live.
If 3,000 people perished in the World Trade Center attacks and the Jewish population is 10 percent, you show me records of 300 Jewish people dying in the World Trade Center…We’re daring anyone to dispute its truth. They got their people out.
Heal the World, make it a better place, for you and for me and the entire human race, there are people dying, if you care enough for the living, make a better place for you and for me.
No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don’t want to die to get there.
I can’t look in the mirror and see people dying on the street that should have the same opportunities that I’ve had. And say ‘You know what? I can live with myself.’ Because I can’t if I just watch.
Nobody‘s life is a bed of roses. We all have crosses to bear, and we all just do our best. I would never claim to have the worst situation. There are many widows, and many people dying of AIDS, many people killed in Lebanon, people starving all over the planet. So we have to count our lucky stars.
My first movie was a movie that had a bunch of people dying in it – the typical popcorn movie. That’s where I got my start.
The next time someone tells you we can trim the budget by cutting aid, I hope you will ask whether it will come at the cost of more people dying.
Bob Geldof feels the big picture all the time, even in the smallest argument when someone’s saying, ‘Well, no, you’ve got to have three staples in the program, not just two,’ Bob feels people dying somewhere.
Boy, when you’re dead, they really fix you up. I hope to hell when I do die somebody has sense enough to just dump me in the river or something. Anything except sticking me in a goddam cemetery. People coming and putting a bunch of flowers on your stomach on Sunday, and all that crap. Who wants flowers when you’re dead?
If I’m president, we’re not going to have people dying on the streets. I don’t call it a mandate, I just say it’s common sense.
You can have an interesting story about a person living an interesting life. And if it’s done well, that is just as engaging as the end of the world. A million people dying – we can’t process. One person, we can process.
High school is just like glee, a bunch of people dying of drug overdose.
But when I went to Hiroshima and began to study or just listen to people’s descriptions of their work, it was quite clear they were talking about death all the time, about people dying all around them, about their own fear of death.
There are 38,000 people dying of hunger each day and most are children. And, being a celebrity, I communicate about it as much as I can.
The world is a beautiful place to be born into if you don’t mind some people dying all the time or maybe only starving some of the time which isn’t half so bad if it isn’t you.
If the people we love are stolen from us, the way to have them live on is to never stop loving them.
When I think of Cool Britannia I think of old people dying of hypothermia.
I’m willing to engage or indulge real ideas, but if we don’t do something [about global warming], we’re all going to die! What’s it going to take, a big f–ing disaster with all kinds of people dying? We need to change our priorities fast.
There are more people dying of malaria than any specific cancer.
There’s only one Earth, and it’s tiny, but evil human leaders avoid problems they don’t want to resolve by giving them names which make the problems sound like they’re taking place in a different world: they make people not care about other people dying of starvation by calling the place the dying live “the third world.
A squirrel dying in front of your house may be more relevant to your interests right now than people dying in Africa.
I have offended God and mankind because my work didn’t reach the quality it should have.
I don’t understand how people can make such a fuss about people that are happy and in love, when there’s people dying of hunger and war and they don’t even notice that. I really don’t understand that. That makes me so angry!
We also have people dying longer, we are able to keep people alive without much quality of life in many cases. We haven‘t done a great job of making healthspan match up with lifespan, which is both miserable and unbelievably costly – and frightening.
There have been crazy highs and lows in my life. I’ve duelled with drug addiction and watched people dying… like everybody. I’m not saying it’s an exceptionally dramatic peaks-and-valleys kind of life but there’s a lot of it, honestly.
Roddy Bottum
I have great luck. I’m used to people dying and going away. Not used to it exactly – but I expect it. Like, whenever people go off on a trip, I save their phone messages because I think they might die.
It’s you people dying from nothing that are screwed. I got all sorts of neat gadgets waiting for me…oxygen tent, iron lung.
If you grow up in the suburbs, you hear of people dying of old age, car wrecks, cancer. In the city, it’s always people dying of violence or stray bullets.