They Both Die at the End Quotes
You may be born into a family, but you walk into friendships. Some you’ll discover you should put behind you. Others are worth every risk.
Maybe it's better to have gotten it right and been happy for one day instead of living a lifetime of wrongs.
I've spent years living safely to secure a longer life, and look where that's gotten me. I'm at the finish line but I never ran the race.
But no matter what choices we make - solo or together - our finish line remains the same … No matter how we choose to live, we both die at the end.
I cannot tell you how you will survive without me. I cannot tell you how to mourn me. I cannot convince you to not feel guilty if you forget the anniversary of my death, or if you realize days or weeks or months have gone by without thinking about me. I just want you to live.
People have their time stamps on how long you should know someone before earning the right to say it, but I wouldn't like to you no matter how little time we have. People waste time and wait for the right moment and we don't have that luxury. If we had our entire lives ahead of us I bet you'd get tired of me telling you how much I love you because I'm positive that's thepath we were heading on. But because we're about to die, I want to say it as many times as I want--I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you.
There has to be more to life than just imagining a future for yourself. I can't just wish for the future; I have to take risks to create it.
It's mad twisted, but surviving showed me it's better to be alive wishing I was dead than dying wishing I could live forever.
anyone can have pretty eyes, but only the right kind of person can hum the alphabet and make it your new favorite beat.
Yes, we live, or we're given the chance to, at least, but sometimes living is hard and complicated because of fear.
He didn't say that 'love is within' or 'love is all around you.' (...) love is a superpower we all have. But it's not always a superpower I'd be able to control, especially as I get older. Sometimes it'll go crazy and I shouldn't be scared if my power hits someone I'm not expecting it to.
I just don’t think I should be the judge of who actually needs my help or not, like they should do a dance or sing me a song to prove they’re worthy. Asking for help when you need it should be enough.
Why can't we have a chance?" I ask Rufus. "A chance at what?" He's looking around, taking pictures of the arena and the lines. "A chance at another chance." I say.
It is not death that a man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live. —Marcus Aurelius, Roman emperor.
People have their time stamps on how long you should know someone before earning the right to say it, but I wouldn't lie to you no matter how little time we have. People waste time and wait for the right moment and we don't have that luxury. If we had our entire lives ahead of us I bet you'd get tired of me telling you how much I love you because I'm positive that's the path we were heading on. But because we're about to die, I want to say it as many times as I want---I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you.
We think we're so damn indestructible and infinite because we can think and take care of ourselves, unlike pay phones or books, but I bet the dinosaurs thought they'd rule forever too.
You don't need matching DNA for someone to be your brother. And you definitely don't need the same blood to lose a part of yourself when someone dies.
it sucks how we’re all being raised to die. Yes, we live, or we’re given the chance to, at least, but sometimes living is hard and complicated because of fear.
I only care about the people who wanna be in my life. Like Rufus. Remember how he was nervous about coming out to us because he didn't wanna stop sharing a room with us since we had so much fun? That's someone who wants to be my life. And I wanna be there for his. However much of it is left.
But if for some reason this plan doesn’t work, we need to promise to find each other in the afterlife. There has to be an afterlife, Roof, because it’s the only thing that makes dying this young fair.
And you wouldn’t have waited for me to be brave. Maybe it’s better to have gotten it right and been happy for one day instead of living a lifetime of wrongs.
When someone puts their journey out there for you to watch, you pay attention—even if you know they’ll die at the end.
That love is a superpower we all have, but it’s not always a superpower I’d be able to control. Especially as I get older. Sometimes it’ll go crazy and I shouldn’t be scared if my power hits someone I’m not expecting it to.
I guess I could call this energy freedom. No one will be around to judge me tomorrow. No one will send messages to his friends about the lame kid who had no rhythm. And in this moment, how stupid it is to care hits me like a punch to the face.
Have to admit it, I feel a little vindicated in how I’ve lived my life because people can be the worst.