Illness And Death Quotes

Illness And Death Quotes by Marcia Angell, Walter Willett, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Pablo Picasso, Joshua L. Liebman, Melissa Brown and many others.

Illness and death are not optional. Patients have a rig

Illness and death are not optional. Patients have a right to determine how they approach them.
Marcia Angell
A diet rich in fruits and vegetables plays a role in reducing the risk of all the major causes of illness and death
Walter Willett
He was too tough to experience disappointments and resentments – negative affections. In this nihilist fin de siГЁcle, he was affirmation. Right through to illness and death. Why did I speak of him in the past? He laughed, he is laughing, he is here. It’s your sadness, idiot, he’d say.
Jean-Francois Lyotard
When I paint a woman in an armchair, the armchair is there to show illness and death-or as a protection.
Pablo Picasso
Stripped of all their masquerades, the fears of men are quite identical: the fear of loneliness, rejection, inferiority, unmanageable anger, illness and death.
Joshua L. Liebman
Tucker was my safe place for three years, my secure dock in a sea of indecision as I dealt with my father’s illness and death. And now I had to sink or swim. It was time to let go…and move on. Slowly, I pushed off from the dock that was Tucker Montgomery and prepared to swim…praying I wouldn’t drown.
Melissa Brown
A death from a long illness is very different from a sudden death. It gives you time to say goodbye and time to adjust to the idea that the beloved will not be with you anymore.
Meghan O’Rourke
My generation of writers has been prone to premature illness and death, especially the women. When Black male writers meet it’s like a session of the American Diabetic Association.
Ishmael Reed
Yet birth, and lust, and illness, and death are changeless things, and when one of these harsh facts springs out upon a man at some sudden turn of the path of life, it dashes off for the moment his mask of civilization and gives a glimpse of the stranger and stronger face below.
Arthur Conan Doyle