We're all terminal; none of us are getting out of this alive.
Actually, I have my own charity that I started that helps supplement families with terminal children.
There's very few things that tear me up and get me, but kids, especially terminally ill kids or kids with diseases... gets me every time.
If I learnt anything at all about terminal illness in my research, it's that the experience is different for everyone. I do believe that life becomes concentrated when it's boundaried and that death is the biggest boundary of all.
While this has been a private part of my family's life, it is now clear a media story will soon emerge. My father tragically ended his life while battling terminal cancer in 1979.
All sins tend to be addictive, and the terminal point of addiction is damnation.
We know that the airports are not protected as they should be protected. The terminals are public areas, wide open - anyone can go and walk at any terminal he wants.
My mother, father, stepmother and surrogate mother have all died of cancer; my best friend has got terminal cancer and at least five of my other friends have had cancer but survived it.
I wanted to avoid, special IO for terminals.
Obamacare is terminal. It is going to fail under the crushing weight of its own flawed design.
I am convinced that we are in a terminal process.
Unlike presidential administrations, problems rarely have terminal dates.
I'm on JetBlue and United. So I spend a lot of time on airplanes with other people and in terminals or just traveling around and going to restaurants or whatever. The interaction I get on a daily basis is always positive. I've never had a negative interaction.
My mom was a saint. She taught me to be terminally nice.
In the first eight or so years at Microsoft, we were always chained to our terminals, and after I got sick the first time, I decided that I was going to be more adventurous and explore more of the world.
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