death

A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love, destiny, life, and death

 

     All the roads of life end in death.

Sorin Cerin

Source: Wisdom Collection

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love, destiny, life, and death

 

      The one who did not understood that his time's root supports his life tree was born in vain.

Sorin Cerin

Source: Wisdom Collection

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love, destiny, life, and death

 

 However much we would adore the past it will forever die in the future with us.

Sorin Cerin

Source: Wisdom Collection

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life, wisdom, death, and truth

 

      We will never be more than we are meant to be!

Sorin Cerin

Source: Wisdom Collection

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love, destiny, life, and death

 

  Being is the greatest paradox of life in front of death.

Sorin Cerin

Source: Wisdom Collection

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life, wisdom, death, and truth

 

   To believe in what you don't know is as true as to believe in what you do know as long as life is an illusion.

Sorin Cerin

Source: Wisdom Collection

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love, destiny, life, and death

 

    Your soul fountain will never drain until the instant of eternity will halt before it to drink the water of death.

Sorin Cerin

Source: Wisdom Collection

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love, destiny, life, and death

 

    We are born more dead than when we die after we have searched death through the storm of the instants of our entire life.

Sorin Cerin

Source: Wisdom Collection

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life, wisdom, death, and truth

 

       We have a lot of thoughts throughout our entire life, but ultimately we get all to the conclusion of a single thought: Death!

Sorin Cerin

Source: Wisdom Collection

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A Quote by Peter Clothier on death, dying, life, breathing, and grief

So what could I do? One thing that I have learned is that I can breathe. It sounds simple, even simple-minded, but I tend to forget too easily that at every moment I'm reaffirming life with this most basic act.

Peter Clothier

Source: Persist: In Praise of the Creative Spirit in a World Gone Mad with Commerce, Pages: 34

Contributed by: Siona

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