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Death and Dying

"Ten cents, ten million dollars, it just doesn't matter when a man's time comes."
“What do you have in mind – inhumement, entombment, inurnment, interment?  Some people lately just prefer in-sarcophogus-ment.”
“It happens to everybody, horses, dogs, men.  Nobody gets out of life alive.”
“Honey, we all got to go sometime, reason or no reason.  Dying’s as natural as living.   The man who's too afraid to die is too afraid to live.”
“The human animal is a beast that eventually has to die.  If he’s got money, he buys and he buys and he buys.  The reason he buys everything he can is because of some crazy hope that one of the things he buys will be life everlasting.”

“Life’s a city full of straying streets and death’s the marketplace where each one meets.”

“A chap can’t pick the way he’ll die, or we’d all do better at it.”
“Dying is only dying.  Supposing you don’t hear the birds sing tomorrow or see the sun go down.  It’s gonna happen anyway.”
“Funny how gentle people get with you once you’re dead.”
“We brought nothing into this world and it's certain we can carry nothing out.”
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