“Death may be the narrator but it is obsessed with living.”

“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.”

“The point is we can’t control anything except ourselves.”

“You may be born into a family, but you choose your friends. That’s the great thing about them.”

“Maybe at the end, we are all who we are.”

“We talk like there’s gonna be a tomorrow, but there’s not always gonna be a tomorrow.”

“You may think you’ll be remembered for eternity, but every day the world will remember you less until you become a rumor and then a joke and then nothing at all.”

“Everyone dies. What matters is how you make your life matter.”

“You have to learn to live life for the now.”

“Whether we’re separated by a second or an infinite amount of time, that doesn’t mean we’re separated by an infinite amount of space. It just means we’re dreaming different dreams.”

“Sometimes you never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory.”

“Why does it take dying to learn how to live?”

“Every moment you all have is a past moment for them.”

“It’s not about how many days you get to live. It’s about how many you choose to live.”

“Today might be your last chance to hug/tell someone you love them/live your damn life.”

“You said it yourself. Heroes are the people who go out of their way to save people.”

“You aren’t dying alone today.”

“I don’t just see people, I feel them. As if I’m a part of something bigger.”

“A question that’s been on my mind a lot lately is what happens when we die?”

“I don’t want to be somewhere I’m not living.”

“Fear didn’t take you; hope did.”

“You change for the better when you see how tiny your place is in this universe.”

“I used to be another person, but I am my own person now.”

“Love may be gravity, but mourning is interstellar.”

“Grief’s not something you can predict. You might want to die one day, but the next might be a galaxy inside you.”

“Even with sadness in your heart, it can still contain comfort.”

“Only the living can feel the joy of waking up every single day.”

“It’s not bravery, really. We have no other choice but to exist until that does not become an option anymore.”

“The most tragic moments in life align with the most beautiful ones.”

“Then I become aware that death wasn’t a surprise party waiting for me at the end, but rather, the very thing that had been there with me all along.”

These quotes give a glimpse into the themes of life, love, and mortality explored in “They Both Die at the End.”