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Victory is everything in this world. The victory is acknowledged, and the vanquished is disavowed. Because I am victorious overall, I am always the just.
No matter who the enemy may be, those who can't adapt will be the first to die.
A pig who doesn't fly is just an ordinary pig.
People fall into darkness because they have lost sight of the true nature of the light within them. Unable to find that light they flounder desperately while suffering in agony, only to give birth to tragedy. And there is no greater cause of tragedy, no greater source of darkness, than warfare.
You've really got to hold on to what's important to you.
Broadly speaking, there are two reasons a person feels the desire to teach something: Either he wants to pass on his successes or he wants to pass on his failures.
I just really don't wanna meet a disappointing end, with someone burning my bones without even knowing who they belonged to.
I don't understand the feelings of the weak. The law of the world is survival at its fittest. Its how the weak are weeded out. It just means those people that died were too weak. Its only natural for the weak to perish.
I understand now. The world is not cut from the same cloth. It is because it is overflowing with inexplicable, unidentifiable things that the world is so beautiful.
A person who can't care about himself can't protect anyone, I think.
Oppression. Rule by fear. dictatorships. It's a strange thing. Throughout history, for some reason, the lives of such rulers have always ended in the same way: Assassination by someone who isn't even part of a combat unit.
Is being silent and suppressing your own feelings really being thoughtful of the other person?
The writing end when the writing ends... No... Accurately said, it is not written to an end. If you write a story to a certain point, can you say it is fully written? This has been paining me in all those long years as someone who writes. The journeys of humans make for such interesting stories, yet... But where does the journey start and where does it end... Even I do not know an answer to this...
"Believing in someone." That's a weird phrase, isn't it? After all, if you truly believed in a person, you wouldn't need to say, "I believe you." It's like saying, "I believe in air." I don't mean to say that "believing in something" is like a lie. "Believing" is really a term of hope of wanting to believe.
The future is always blank. Only your willpower can leave footsteps there.
All of the connections we encounter in this world serve as teachers who nurture us.
If you're ever lost in the darkness, follow the compass in your heart.
So because you think you got the ending, you're giving up on viewing the whole play? Even though it could still lead to a climax that you weren't able to predict?
Talent is something you make bloom, Instinct is something you polish. If you want to stand with your own will, you don't have any other choice than to let the illusions you have lost remain in the ideals you were following in the past.