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"I don't think of death in a romantic way anymore"

- Robert Smith

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This quote by Robert Smith talks to the idea that death is not something to be romanticized. Death is a natural part of life, but it is not something to be taken lightly. Smith is recommending that he no longer views death as something to be romanticized, however rather as something to be respected and accepted. He is recommending that death should be viewed as a part of life, not something to be idealized or glorified. Smith is likewise suggesting that death must be considered as a natural part of life, not something to be feared or prevented. He is recommending that death must be accepted and respected, not romanticized. Smith's quote speaks to the idea that death need to be deemed a part of life, not something to be glamorized or idealized.

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England Flag This quote is written / told by Robert Smith somewhere between April 21, 1959 and today. He/she was a famous Musician from England. The author also have 25 other quotes.

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