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Whenever death may surprise us, let it be welcome if our battle cry has reached even one receptive ear and another hand
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"Whenever death may surprise us, let it be welcome if our battle cry has reached even one receptive ear and another hand reaches out to take up our arms"

- Che Guevara

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In this quote, Che Guevara assesses the inevitability of death and encourages us to embrace it if our message has been heard and our cause has actually been taken up by others. He sees death not as an end, however as an extension of our fight for justice and equality. Guevara believes that even if we are no longer physically present, our battle cry and actions can motivate others to continue the struggle. He sees death as a welcome outcome if it suggests that our legacy survives on and our suitables are carried forward by those who have been moved by our words and actions.

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Che Guevara This quote is written / told by Che Guevara between June 14, 1928 and October 9, 1967. He was a famous Revolutionary from Argentina. The author also have 6 other quotes.

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