It is no use dying, before one does.

Fakeer Ishavardas
It is no use dying, before one does.
It is no use dying, before one does.
It is no use dying, before one does.
It is no use dying, before one does.
About This Quote

This quote is actually a quotation from William Shakespeare, but it's so much more profound than that. The quote shows that death is not something to be afraid of, but rather something to be embraced. As long as you accept it and go about living your life to the fullest while you are still alive, you will find life continuing after your death.

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