„Gaara: Can Sasuke come out to Die?
Kakashi: Not Now.
Gaara:………….
Gaara: How 'bout now?“

—  Masashi Kishimoto, buch Naruto

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„You don't get to choose how you're going to die. Or when. You can only decide how you're going to live. Now.“

—  Joan Baez American singer 1941

Daybreak http://books.google.com/books?id=Imte1JcsQ64C&q=%22You+don't+get+to+choose+how+you're+going+to+die+Or+when+You+can+only+decide+how+you're+going+to+live+Now%22&pg=PA135#v=onepage (1968)
Variant or paraphrase: You can't decide how you're going to die. Or when. What you can decide is how you're going to live now.

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„How do you do! My name is Sue! Now you gonna die!“

—  Shel Silverstein American poet, cartoonist, and children's writer 1930 - 1999

"A Boy Named Sue" (performed by Johnny Cash)

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„What to do now? How to detach yourself?
With every work that’s born you die a little.“

—  Primo Levi, buch Collected Poems

"The Work" (1983)
Collected Poems (1984)

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„I can die but once; and it is all one to me, now or another time.“

—  Cornstalk Native American in the American Revolution 1720 - 1777

Speech at Point Pleasant, on his mission to warn the settlers that other Shawnee intended to attack them, just prior to his death (November 1777), as quoted in "Cornstalk, the Shawanee Chief" by Rev. William Henry Foote, in The Southern Literary Messenger Vol. 16, Issue 9, (September 1850) pp. 533-540 http://victorian.fortunecity.com/rothko/420/aniyuntikwalaski/cornstalk.html
Kontext: When I was a young man and went to war, I thought that might be the last time, and I would return no more. Now I am here among you; you may kill me if you please; I can die but once; and it is all one to me, now or another time.

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„How 'bout a kiss,?" -- Rudy Steiner“

—  Markus Zusak, buch Die Bücherdiebin

Quelle: The Book Thief

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„For our dead are a part of the earth of Spain now and the earth of Spain can never die.“

—  Ernest Hemingway American author and journalist 1899 - 1961

"On the American Dead in Spain", New Masses (February 14, 1939)

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„It's the devil's way now
There is no way out
You can scream and you can shout
It is too late now“

—  Thom Yorke English musician, philanthropist and singer-songwriter 1968

"2+2=5"
Lyrics, Hail to the Thief (2003)

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„p>Long-haired preachers come out every night,
Try to tell you what's wrong and what's right;
But when asked how 'bout something to eat
They will answer with voices so sweet:You will eat, bye and bye,
In that glorious land above the sky;
Work and pray, live on hay,
You'll get pie in the sky when you die.</p“

—  Joe Hill Swedish-American labor activist, songwriter, and member of the Industrial Workers of the World 1879 - 1915

"The Preacher and the Slave" http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Preacher_and_the_Slave (1911)

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„We can only die in the future, I thought; right now we are always alive.“

—  Amy Hempel Short story writer 1951

Quelle: The Collected Stories

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