I know the loneliness of being a prisoner. I know the joy you feel when your friends come to rescue you and the fear of them being injured and defeated.
We are taught never to shed tears. For to shed tears means that the body has been defeated by emotion. And to us, this simple act of crying proves, without question, that the existence of emotion is nothing but a burden.
Even if no one in the world believes you, stick out your chest and scream in defiance.
They say the tongue is the root of all misfortune.
If history repeats itself, and moves in a circular path, then believing that whatever force is turning it is perfect, is all we can do as we move ahead. Pushed along by forces beyond our control, waiting, for the blade to be swung.
[holds up juice box] How do you drink from this?
You can see me? Rather, you kicked me...
I see. I feel a strong pulse.
People are able to hold onto hope, since death is that which cannot be seen.
*Rukia talking to Renji* Hit a nerve, did I? Well, don't worry Mr. Officer. Now you have the rank, and the pompous attitude, and weird eyebrows to go with it!
We are taught never to shed tears. For to shed tears means that the body has been defeated by emotion. And, to us, that simple act of crying proves, without question, that the existence of emotion is nothing but a burden.
Those who are left behind in a fight or are in the way aren't the ones who lack power. They're the ones who lack resolve.
It's been a while! Or something like that...
Shut up. Don't talk and keep running!
Revolving... If fate is a wheel, we are the cogs that drive it. We have no choice but to believe that this wheel is flawless and forge on ahead. The power of the individual cogs and their destinations... And the blade that is brought down upon them.
*yelling at her pager, which is laying on the ground* Urahara! Why don't you ever pick up when I call you in emergencies like this? You call yourself a business man! Then why do you show up when you're not wanted, and then when I really need you, you won't answer?! We stand in awe before that which can not be seen... And we respect, with every fiber, that which can not be explained.