I’ve accomplished everything I wanted out of life, like way beyond my wildest dreams. Anything from here on is just icing. Seriously, if you find out that I died tomorrow, I’m fine. Don’t be sad for me, because I’m not sad. I died with a smile on my face.

— Ryan Dunn

Surprising If I Die Tomorrow quotations

If I should die tomorrow, I will have no regrets.

I did what I wanted to do. You can't expect more from life.

If i die tomorrow quote Only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone.
Only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone.

If I drop dead tomorrow, at least I’ll know I died in good health.

If i die tomorrow quote Dream as if you will live forever. Live as if you will die tomorrow.
Dream as if you will live forever. Live as if you will die tomorrow.

I have seen so many eruptions in the last 20 years that I don't care if I die tomorrow.

What I am concerned about in this fast-moving world in a time of crises, both in foreign and domestic affairs, is not so much a program as a spirit of approach, not so much a mind as a heart. A program lives today and dies tomorrow. A mind, if it be open, may change with each new day, but the spirit and the heart are as unchanging as the tides.

If I thought I was going to die tomorrow, I should nevertheless plant a tree today.

If i die tomorrow quote A man begins to die when he ceases to expect anything from Tomorrow ~Abraham Mil
A man begins to die when he ceases to expect anything from Tomorrow ~Abraham Miller- Abraham Miller

If I died tomorrow, I would be a happy girl.

Just as I went into politics because Joe died, if anything happened to me tomorrow, my brother Bobby would run for my seat in the Senate. And if Bobby died, Teddy would take over for him.

I'm fairly confident that if I died tomorrow, Don would find a way to preserve me until the season was over and he had time for a nice funeral.

Yes, she is." He looks at me, his face carved in pain. "She is dying, Sara. She will die, either tonight or tomorrow or maybe a year from now if we're really lucky. You heard what Dr. Chance said. Arsenic's not a cure. It just postpones what's coming." My eyes fill up with tears. "But I love her," I say, because that is reason enough.

You ask me what I'd like to do that I haven't done and I say 'Nothin'!' I haven't any mountains to climb or oceans to swim. I've been an extremely blessed individual. ... I'm not clamorin' for more trinkets. If I were to die tomorrow, I could say I've had a good life.

The world doesn't give a damn about you unless you do something.

Those are the rules; I didn't make them. If you are lazy, if you don't get the work that you love done, the world won't care if you die tomorrow and go into the grave and are gone and forgotten forever.

If I die tomorrow or in a year, it is the same — it is the message you leave behind you that counts.

I say seduce her, seduce her tonight.

Break the door down if you have to. Tell her all those things you said to me about her. You will love her more tomorrow than today and how you want to die with her hand in yours–which is an excellent line, by the way, that I fully intend to borrow when the time comes.

I'm not afraid," Rafi said. "Why not?" "If I die tomorrow it will have been useless to have been afraid today.

There is something very unstabilizing about not knowing where you're coming from or where you're going. There's something very romantic about it, because you have this search for the unknown. But at the same time, some­times I'm like, "God, if I were to die tomorrow, where would I like to be buried?" I wouldn't know. That's kind of a heavy thought, but it's a fact. You don't know any­more where you belong.

I've worked really hard. I've made three pieces of seminal art in my life. If I died tomorrow, I'd be remembered for making them. There are a lot of artists who, no matter how hard they work in their lives, will never make anything seminal.

I feel really lucky to have found musical success before I'm 30, to be doing absolutely what I want to do. I would be quite happy if I died tomorrow.

I went to the bank and reviewed my savings, I found out I have all the money I'll ever need. If I die tomorrow.

If I died tomorrow I've accomplished what I set out to do in my life.

I enjoy making my movies, I enjoy doing what I do. I have a nice life.

If I die tomorrow the world is in great hands. In a much better hands than mine.

If I die tomorrow, I've done the two hardest things anybody can do in this life with the least amount of security - music and acting - and I've had success in both. I can't really complain. I try not to live my life that way.

If I were to die tomorrow, I think they'd say Newman 56, composer of the hit song, Short People. Jumped off a mountain today.

sorry,no thanks,if i was going to die it could wait until tomorrow morning.

There will always be people who say it does not exist because they cannot have it. But I tell you it is true and that you have it and that you are lucky even if you die tomorrow.

Lies About Love We are all liars, because The truth of yesterday becomes a lie tomorrow, Whereas letters are fixed, and we live by the letter of truth. The love I feel for my friend, this year, is different from the love I felt last year. If it were not so, it would be a lie. Yet we reiterate love! love! love! as if it were a coin with fixed value instead of a flower that dies, and opens a different bud.

If I died, would it get me out of my geometry test tomorrow? One could only hope.