"Since we're all going to die, it's obvious that when and how don't matter." (Albert Camus, The Stranger)
Albert Camus used this quote in his book 'The Stranger' and it was a really important quote since it was greatly reflected. Death may seem scary but everyone will face it. And this nature of death is scary but being mortal is this way. People use religion to cope this fear, and it sure does work.
“Start breaking free from the long reach of your childhood and how it had impacted your ability to feel a sense of belonging.”(On Being the Outsider)
The quote mentions how people lose their feel of belonging from their childhood. However losing their sense of belonging is only reachable when you come out of that long reach of your child hood and take control of yourself and loose the training wheels of your childhood.
A legacy starts and will continue when its a strong source of interest to many.
After having no feelings for a funeral, Camus writes about the meaningless affair and the movies afterwards. He put an illusion onto his actions that made him have this meaningless affair that made it seen real because he had no legacy to follow after the funeral. However like Julia Morgan said “My buildings will be my legacy...They will speak for me long after i’m gone”. She shows how her buildings will be her legacy. Tying this with Camus, he may not be following a legacy but he sure will leave one onto the people he affected which make him maintain relevancy.