Today-is-a-good-day-to-die meaning

A belief that one should never live a moment of one's life with any regrets, or tasks left undone. Which would make today as good a day as any to die.
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An expression of willingness and even eagerness to give one's life in the name of one's cause.
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Origin of today-is-a-good-day-to-die

  • A quotation from the Sioux leader Crazy Horse, who shouted "Hóka-héy, today is a good day to die!" meaning (loosely), "Today is a good day to die!" Often incorrectly thought to be a famous saying translated from the Siouan language.

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