I’ll make you so in love with me, that everytime our lips touch, you’ll die a little death.
I am Kira!-Light
No one can tell what is righteous and what is wrong, what is good and what is evil.
I wish I could see a cherry blossom or a lotus flower. Where could they be?
Well, if you live long enough, you lose a lot. Just as long as you don’t throw them away. Whatever you loose, you’ll find again, but what you throw away you never get back.
-Oibore (Enishi’s dad) to Yahiko and Misao
Rena: Come on. Who was that man?
Keiichi: I-I don’t know him!
Rena: Liar. What were you talking about?
Keiichi: S-S-Something that doesn’t have anything to do with you!
Rena: Oh…Ah-ha-ha. Oh. So it has nothing to do with us…
Keiichi: Th-That’s right…
Rena: You’re lying!!
I already have insurance, a religion, and a newspaper subscription… I’m also… not interested in… aggressive sales of cats…
In pursuing a ‘way,’ Japanese typically move beyond an interest in craftsmanship to a kind of sacred search for the ultimate.
When a man learns to love, he must bear the risk of hatred.
Kagura: It’s the same as always. He doesn’t pursue those who leave, and ignores those who come.