– The image shows us a child’s cradle and an arrow pointing to a tombstone. The latter should be read as “grave." All in all, the image reads “Cradle to the grave."
– We told you this is a common idiom and the name of a famous movie and song and we didn’t lie. Something that lasts from cradle to the grave means that something is present and it affects a person’s entire life (something that takes place from birth to death). It is an expression used when we want to emphasize the persistence, the perennial occurrence of something from the beginning to the end. The movie title refers to the film of the same name starring Jet Li and DMX, from 2003. The most famous song of this name is that of Tupac Shakur from the album “Thug Life."