SB 12.2.40

rājann ete mayā proktā
 nara-devās tathāpare
bhūmau mamatvaṁ kṛtvānte
 hitvemāṁ nidhanaṁ gatāḥ
Synonyms: 
rājan — O King Parīkṣit; ete — these; mayā — by me; proktāḥ — described; nara-devāḥ — kings; tathā — and; apare — other human beings; bhūmau — upon the earth; mamatvam — possessiveness; kṛtvā — exerting; ante — in the end; hitvā — giving up; imām — this world; nidhanam — destruction; gatāḥ — met.
Translation: 
My dear King Parīkṣit, all these kings I have described, as well as all other human beings, come to this earth and stake their claims, but ultimately they all must give up this world and meet their destruction.