Death quote by Albert Einstein

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The fear of death is the most unjustified of all fears, for theres no risk of accident for someone whos dead
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"The fear of death is the most unjustified of all fears, for there's no risk of accident for someone who's dead"

- Albert Einstein

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Albert Einstein's quote talks to the idea that death is inevitable and must not be feared. He recommends that death is not something to be feared due to the fact that it is a natural part of life and there is no danger of accident for someone who is already dead. This quote encourages us to accept death as a part of life and to not be afraid of it. It likewise encourages us to live life to the maximum and to not hesitate of taking dangers. Death is a part of life and it must be accepted, not feared. We ought to not be afraid of death, however instead, we must focus on living life to the max and maximizing our time here in the world.

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Albert Einstein This quote is written / told by Albert Einstein between March 14, 1879 and April 18, 1955. He was a famous Physicist from Germany, the quote is categorized under the topic Death. The author also have 159 other quotes.

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