Quotes tagged with "life" (best)

life  ·  living

Aika Fuwa: Summer stars are so unscrupulous. They shine without thought or care. ... They try so hard to display their radiance. Trying to let us know they exist before they disappear. I admire that simple, honest wish.
Shūya Nanahara: Monsters aren't born, Kawada... monsters are made!
Jin: I cannot sacrifice another so that we might live.
Iggy: We may live longer than old Nexus... but life doesn't mean living. I am for living. That's what we fight for.
Leila Malcal: I want the strength to live on my own terms.
Announcer: You can't start over in reality, but you can start over in U. You can live as another you. You can start a new life. You can change the world.
Yuzuriha: Better to try and fail than to never have a go at it. That's the way of live.
To Gabimaru.
Beerus: Before creation, there must be destruction.
Kenzō Tenma: If you're in the middle of the darkness, you'll be completely envelope by darkness.
Aika Fuwa: The beginning is the end, and the end is the beginning. Well then, let us begin again. And to each, their own tale.
Chisato Nishikigi: I hate people who waste their lives!
Mahiro Fuwa: To you, life was just something you acted out and ended, all according to someone else's script. That's why you were always quoting Shakespeare... However, Aika, I say that you were wrong! You did what you shouldn't have, and didn't do as you should have. Because you relied on someone else's script, you were wrong. ... I won't live my life by another person's script. Not by "Hamlet" or "The Tempest". I don't know how many years in the future it will be... But I'll write and act my own ending.
Junpei Tsukai: Humans can die really easily. That's we have to try our hardest to live, for as long as we're alive.
Yuya Kanzaki: I know there is a world where you can exist. I'm sure of it. If there isn't... I'll make it.
Robot: I felt alive for the first time when I found out I was going to be ruined. Because there is death, there is life. Eternal robots finally became like humans by obtaining death. We should accept death like humans.
Akoes: I sympathize with you robots who never need to eat or drink, or get to sleep with a woman.
Akaza: Watching the hideous decline of someone blessed with extraordinary powers... It pains me! I can't bear it! Die, Kyojuro... while you're still young and strong.
Shinya Nakamura: Is it impossible for a monster like me to pretend to live like a human?
Yamada Asaemon Sagiri: Is it possible that what I needed wasn't the strength not to fear killing... But the resolve to take on the burden of that fear and the lives I took?
Kisara: It's all over! Both of us, penniless? We can't keep living anymore! The only option is for both of us to take some medicine and head over to Heaven.
Yui: You're stretching yourself too thin. If you don't rest while you can, you'll collapse before the real battle.
Gabimaru: The real battle? Is there some kind of major job coming up?
Yui: No. I'm talking about life.
Gabimaru: I am Gabimaru the Hollow! I'm a heartless monster! Try as I might, I can never be human!
Eizen: His methods are brutal.
Gabimaru: Would you approve if I made it pretty instead?
Shota Kashima: I'm totally different than the perfect picture I had in my head. Like some stuff happens and then more stuff, and that ends up being who I am. You don't have to go hurrying to find anything, y'know? Things just go the way they go, but you have to believe in your own future.
Lain Iwakura: No matter where you are... everyone is always connected.
Kazutaka Hyōdō: For just that small sum of money before their eyes, people can endure a lot. The rich make use of that quality to lead comfortable lives, being waited upon by others. A king is not king on his own. If the poor unite and rebel, declaring that they don't need money, the king will be vanquished. But the poor pursue money in the hopes of becoming king. This strengthens the existence of the current king. As long you don't break out of that fruitless paradox of wanting money, you can never overthrow the king but be chained forever. The king too, tries to prevent revolt by giving everyone a relative sense of abundance and wealth.
Alex Cazerne: It's an absurd luxury to be a bachelor past the age of thirty-one. Don't you think it's unforgivable anti-social behavior?
Reinhard von Lohengramm: Something that's supposed to die and doesn't... will eventually rot away, whether it's a man or a nation.
Light Yagami: This is the longest 40 seconds of my life.
Yang Wen-li: By causing a big storm and hiding during the storm, he's never been damaged himself. Before you know it, he'll be exercising even more authority. The thought leaves me panic stricken. And then, I had a nasty thought. What good is democracy if it gives power to a man like that?
Reinhard von Lohengramm: Genes determine everything? What nonsense. Individuals are not responsible for their genes. Individuals are individuals. Family lines or genetics have nothing to do with the abilities of the individual. People who believe that genes decide everything are truly worthless people who can only do what they are told. People who boast of their ancestry have nothing that they can boast about in themselves. Those people are the ones that I truly disrespect.
Grimmer: Everyone is burdened with sins. Those sins will never disappear, but, there are still things that you must do.
Hachiman Hikigaya: It's said that if you change, the world changes with you, but that's not true. When people evaluate others, it's through prejudice and existing impressions. People who are alone are pressured to stay alone. If they work hard to stand out in something, it only becomes ammo to use against them. That's the lousy rule of the world of kids. The question: The world does not change. One can change oneself. How, then, does one change? The answer: Become the god of a new world.
Reinhard von Lohengramm: The stars are good. Unmoving, they keep watch over us, forever shining, the only constant left to us.
Gintoki Sakata: Wanna know the only way to survive when caught in a spiderweb? You eat off the spider.
Oz Vessalius: The moment a person says they're working hard without thinking is the proof that they are still naive.
Ryūnosuke Tomii: Michael Ende once compared humans to cancer cells, but I believe that humans are germ cells. However, there is the possibility that any of us could become the cancer cell that destroys Earth.
Ryūnosuke Tomii: The American thinker Buckminster Fuller once called our planet "Spaceship Earth". On the other hand, British scientist James Lovelock stated that our planet was a life form named Gaia. I was always puzzled by the contrast between spaceship and life form. But the British scientist Richard Dawkins helped tie it together. Humans can be considered the Earth's genes. The planet is trying to self-replicate. That is natural behavior for a life form.
Mavis Vermilion: You can't experience the whole world through books alone! You have to look, touch, feel!
Yang Wen-li: Kids grow by exploiting adults.

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