What are three aphorisms in "Antigone"?
1) "Money: nothing worse for people has ever sprouted up and grown current" --Kreon
2) "Who lives in sorrows many as are mine how shall he not be glad to gain his death?" --Antigone
3) "Even men, rash men, run when they see how close death is to life." --Kreon
1) Kreon is speaking about the way wealth (or the lack thereof) tends to harm people. How money has made life worse because of people's desire for it, etc.
2) Antigone is saying that because of her many troubles, she would be glad to die.
3) Kreon is referencing bravado and how death is a powerful, primal fear. Even the bold flinch from it.