Those who forgive themselves, and are able to accept their true nature... They are the strong ones!
I actually don't think something like perfection exists. That is I think why we are born able to absorb things... and by comparing ourselves with something else we can finally head in a good direction.
Even the strongest of opponents always has a weakness.
Kabuto: Isn't acknowledging what you can't do the same as giving up?
Itachi: No, it means to forgive yourself for what you aren't able to do. Your comrades are there to make up for what you cannot do and to prevent you from ignoring things that you actually might have been able to do.
He who forgives and acknowledges himself... that is what it truly means to be strong!
In this moment, I am euphoric. Not because of any phony Shinobi's blessing. But because, I'm enlightened by my intelligence.
Knowledge and awareness are vague, and perhaps better called illusions. Everyone lives within their own subjective interpretation.
I'll admit that you're stronger than before. But because of that, you seem to have lost sight of what's truly important. Now listen carefully. The people of the village, who once abhorred you, have begun to admire you. They think of you as a comrade. It's because you fought hard for their acceptance. You once said it was everyone who cares about you who helped you get where you are now. If you forget others because you have power, and become arrogant and egotistical, you'll eventually become just like Madara. No matter how powerful you become, do not try to shoulder everything alone. Becoming the Hokage doesn't mean people will acknowledge you. But when the people acknowledge you, you can become Hokage. Never forget your friends!
The ones who aren't able to acknowledge their own selves are bound to fail.
People's lives don't end when they die. It ends when they lose faith.
The village does have its dark side and its inconsistencies, but I'm still Konoha's Itachi Uchiha.
Those who cannot acknowledge themselves, will eventually fail.
No single thing is perfect by itself. That's why we're born to attract other things to make up for what we lack. I think we start walking in the right direction only after we start getting our counterparts beside us.
Now I feel that maybe knowing who I actually am is the key to reach perfection. Because that means knowing what I can and cannot do.
Self-sacrifice... A nameless shinobi who protects peace within its shadow. That is a true shinobi.
It's never been "The one who becomes Hokage will be acknowledge by everyone", it's "The one who is acknowledge by everyone, becomes the Hokage".
Teachings that do not speak of pain have no meaning, for humankind cannot gain anything in return.
I always lied to you telling you to forgive me. I used these hands to keep you at distance... I did not want you to get involved. But now... I think you could have changed father and mother. Perhaps even the entire Uchiha. If I would have stood in front of you and looked you in the eyes from the very beginning... talked to you instead of down to you... and been open about everything. But I failed, and speaking to you now, like this, isn't going to undo the permanent damage that's already been done to you. That's why I wanted to show you the truth. Even if it's just a little. And no matter what you decide to do from here on out, you never have to forgive me - I will always love you.
It is not wise to judge others based on your own preconceptions and by their appearances. True Change cannot be made if it is bound by laws and limitations, predictions and imagination.