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What isn't remembered never happened. Memory is merely a record. You just need to re-write that record.
Ichihara Yūko: Words, once it has left your mouth, it cannot be uncalled. It cannot be nullified. People don’t understand how strongly they’re tied down because of it. But they continue to use that lock. Words are something living and sometimes, it can even tie down a person’s life.
Yomoda Chisa: There was no reason for me to stay in the real world any longer. In the real world, it didn't matter if I was there or not. When I realized that, I was no longer afraid of losing my body.
Mizuki Alice: If you aren't remembered, then you never existed.
Eiri Masami: Mankind is a creature that no longer evolves, is it not? Compared to other animals, the cancer rate in man is exceedingly small. One theory says that man is a neoteny and is no longer able to evolve. If this is true, then what an absurd creature man has evolved into. Not knowing what it is that drives them they keep their bodies merely to satisfy the desires of the flesh. They're worthless, don't you think? That's all mankind is.
Soldier Blue: No life can be lived by only choosing the good things.
Soldier Blue: You will not know whether you've done good or bad until everything is over.
Kazama Shun: There’s no future for people who worship the future and forget the past.
Robot: I felt alive for the first time when I found out I was going to be ruined. Because there is death, there is life. Eternal robots finally became like humans by obtaining death. We should accept death like humans.
Izumi Konata: My dad, when he went to deliver his script after an all-nighter, got on an early train, overslept all the way to the final stop, then the train made a U-turn, and before he knew it, he had overslept again. He went back and forth many times. He eventually woke up closer and closer to the destination station, but he would always sleep past it by a very close margin... He was so tired that he just wanted to come home and sleep, but he couldn't manage to make his way home. And in the end, when he woke up with a start, he couldn't figure out which direction he was heading at the time.
Izumi Konata: I may look like this, but I have about a hundred friends, and my social and bargaining skills are pretty high, and I join a party every night. With my allies, I work to bring back the glimmer in crystals to prevent the world from falling to ruin, and rescue the kidnapped princess...
Marie Mjolnir: I'm... going to marry the toilet. Don't you see? The toilet will accept anything I do!
Johan Liebert: It's not a rare thing to happen, when kids are born... Most of this universe is "death", anyways. To this universe, most lives are just specks in a corner of the earth, gone in a flash. Death is normal. Why are you alive? Because somebody wanted you? Who wanted you? What is your reason for living?
Nagisa Kaworu: Human hope is made from sorrow.
Tenma Kenzō: If you're in the middle of the darkness, you'll be completely envelope by darkness.
Himura Kenshin: What the dead wish for is not revenge, but for the happiness of those who are still alive, that they do.
Oz Vessalius: The moment a person says they're working hard without thinking is the proof that they are still naive.
Kurotsuchi Mayuri: There is nothing in this world that is truly "perfect". Though it may be a rather large cliché, it is still the truth. It is the ordinary people who look up to "perfection" as an ideal and seek after it. But in truth, what is this idea of "perfection" truly worth? Nothing. Not a single thing. I detest "perfection". To be "perfect" is to be unable to improve any further. There would be no scope for "creation", not a single gap in one's knowledge or one's ability. Do you see now? To true scientists like you and I, "Perfection" is tantamount to "despair". We aspire to reach greater levels of brilliance than ever before, but never, NEVER, to reach perfection. That is the paradox through which we scientists must struggle. Indeed, it is our duty to find pleasure in that struggle. In other words, the second you allowed yourself to spout a ridiculous word like "perfect", in truth, you had already been defeated. That is if you wish to be treated as a scientist.
Himura Kenshin: What part of dying holds happiness?
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