Quotes tagged with "happiness" (best)
Aika Fuwa: The subtle light that is born when people's feelings come together. That light embraces felicity, evil, sin, and happiness. The light blazes forth... illuminating the whole truth.
Mirai Kakehashi: Things acquired through theft or deception don't make me happy. If they did, I'd be a bad person. I'm fine with a more ordinary happiness.
Edel: May those who accept their fate be granted happiness. May those who defy their fate be granted glory.
Sōichirō Yagami: No... anything obtained by killing people can never bring true happiness.
Ai Magase: In the game, I become the hero. The hero rises up against the devil who took over the world, together with a small group of friends, or sometimes even alone, in order to save the world and bring happiness to the people. But none of the people the devil rules over try to rise up against him, even though the hero is risking his life to save the world. The hero still tries to save the world. Even if no one helps him. Even if no one understands him. Just to bring happiness to the people. Mr. Seizaki, I want to become a person like that.
Pascual Abaj: A person's thoughts are enough to make them miserable or happy. But when confronted with the onslaught of reality, there aren't many who can find the happiness in it.
Hikari Tsutsui: Something about changing and getting so happy is scary.
Makima: Death. War. Hunger. There are many things in this world that humanity would be happier without.
Miki Makimura: When Akira cries, it's always for someone else. He doesn't cry at all when he's sad himself. He's strong. He has a strong heart. But he mostly cries for other people. If more people in the world were like Akira... I think everyone would be happy.
Hoody: Until you know that a lie is a lie, it's the truth. Discerning the truth from the lie may be the right thing to do... but it won't always make you happy.
Nazuna Nanakusa: Everybody on the streets tonight... looks like a pathetic loser. Why don't more people enjoy the night?
Edel: Between a person who continues to dream and a person who's awoken from a dream, who is happier?
Orona: Happiness won through fighting is not true happiness. True happiness lies in the peace of laughter!
Hao Asakura: That's reality for you. You can't be surprised by anything happening at any time in this world. Nothing is unfeasible. Anyone, however important, can die from the slightest thing. And no matter how hard you've worked, it can all come to nothing, just like that. Then there are those who never lift a finger but are content for life thanks to the dumb luck they were born with. Doesn't it seem so stupid to deal with that with full sincerity? That's why in the end, it doesn't matter.
Anna Kyoyama: For people, living means battling. However trivial, the more people long for happiness, the greater the unhappiness they find.
Masako Saeki: When you feel joy, excitement, and passion while making art, the viewer will also enjoy your work.
Orona: All the young tribesmen there were blinded by the appeal of the encroaching world. They abandoned the village for the city. But what is this city? Everyone fights with each other in a bid to secure happiness, wearing down their bodies and souls in the process, exhausting themselves.
Ko Yamori: It's fun being with Nazuna. I'm discovering all kinds of new feelings. But it's... a lot to process. I'm starting to realize that happiness is complicated.
Daijiro Kumai: Kid! You've got to survive! Live and be free like we couldn't be. Help make the world a place where you can marry the girl you love and live happily with your family! That's the best thing a human being can do.
Narrator: Once upon a time, there was a happy prince. The happy prince knew no painful past and he knew no painful future. One day, the prince obtained a comforting warmth. However, this warmth emanated not only tranquility, but also unhappiness, pain, and loneliness.
Koume Sato: It's kinda scary, okay? You changed too much too suddenly. This cheerful Isobe... I never wanted to see you like this.