The moment you put it into words and tell someone, it starts to diverge from your feelings. Words are nothing but lies and nothing but cheats. No matter what the truth, the moment it is told, it becomes dramatized.
Romance can strengthen people, but it can also make them useless.
Humans have a desire for truth or they have a desire to what they know is the truth. In other words, what the truth is exactly second to that. Be careful of what is the truth and what is lie. In other words, always doubt yourself. Harbor an inner devil as you read along... and I won't forget to add that by that point, you might have already fallen into my trap.
Even if the truth is as one suspects, it may still be worthless.
The past is just the past. There's no inherent value in getting over it or catching up to it.
Just as there isn't a problem that can't be solved by being right, there isn't a problem that can't be solved by money.
The fake is of far greater value. In its deliberate attempt to be real, it's more real than the real thing. Oh, right, Senjougahara. I've got a great story to tell you. It's about that man who tried to rape you way back. He was hit by a car and died in a place with no connection to you, in an event with no connection to you. Without any drama at all. [...] That's the lesson for you here: You shouldn't expect your life to be like the theater.