I believe music is something that will bring happiness to everyone. I believe that’s the same for every generation. It brings hearts together, softens pain, gives us courage, and connects us to tomorrow. -Lenny
You… told me before, Right? That God is made of people’s feelings? So… believing in God… is the same as believing in people. I… I don’t really understand God myself but… I believe in people. I guess that’s okay. I… love people. I love you Yuca.. and Freya. You two… are my Gods. -Rain Jewlitt
I came to exterminate the vermin of this world!
Bring on the hardship. It’s preferred in a path of carnage.
Dragon Ball Super
Always heighten oneself. That’s the principle for martial artists.
Dragon Ball Super
Grudges and hatred can only bring about further conflict. The Namekian people are not so foolish as to indulge in such things.
Listen up! Let’s say you drink too much strawberry milk, and have to use the bathroom in the middle of the night. But it’s cold outside your bed. You don’t want to get up, but the urge to urinate is just too strong! You make up your mind to go! You run to the bathroom, stand in front of the toilet, and let loose! You think that all your life has led to this moment! But then you realize! It isn’t the bathroom, you’re still in bed! That feeling of lukewarm wetness spreads like wildfire! But you don’t stop! You can’t stop! That’s what I’m talking about! THAT’S THE TRUTH OF THE STRAWBERRY MILK! DO YOU GET IT!?
Gokukoku no Brynhildr
God exists, you don’t believe in god? What you don’t believe in is religion, but religion simplifies and systematizes God. It’s not what I’m referring to when I talk about God. Many religions tell you ‘This is God, worship him’ and that is why you have doubt isn’t it? For example if you were told to urinate on a Jesus statue or an ordinary stone, which would you choose? If God doesn’t exist then he can’t hand down punishment. But what is divine retribution exactly? Most likely nobody would dare urinate on the statue of Jesus, even if they aren’t Christian, they probably know that’s the Christian God. So they feel there might be divine retribution. In other words, people have always been subconsciously aware of the existence of Gods they cannot see. In the 15th century, before the arrival of the Spanish, those on the south American continent had neither a writing system or wheels. Those things existed on the Eurasian continent since ancient times yet in South America they hadn’t been invented yet. But the concept of God was universal. God existed in those societies that were so isolated the wheel had not spread to them. The concept of God’s existence occurred naturally. Because God is something man cannot live without. As science progressed, there were people who stopped believing in the existence of God. But even then, in less visible ways, their actions were essentially the same as those of superstitious people. They still feared divine retribution, so they did not dare to disrespect gods. But if such retribution really existed it would be called a ‘supernatural phenomena’.
The truth is unattainable. It will always be shrouded in fog. Though you reach the murk and the gloom to grasp something, you have no means to know it is the truth. In which case, why…? What sense is there in yearning for the truth? Close your eyes. Lie to yourself. Live in blissful ignorance… it is a much smarter way to exist.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure
Suppose that you were sitting down at a table. The napkins are in front of you, which napkin would you take? The one on your ‘left’? Or the one on your ‘right’? The one on your left side? Or the one on your right side? Usually you would take the one on your left side. That is ‘correct’ too. But in a larger sense on society, that is wrong. Perhaps I could even substitute ‘society’ with the ‘Universe’. The correct answer is that ‘It is determined by the one who takes his or her own napkin first.’ …Yes? If the first one takes the napkin to their right, then there’s no choice but for others to also take the ‘right’ napkin. The same goes for the left. Everyone else will take the napkin to their left, because they have no other option. This is ‘society’… Who are the ones that determine the price of land first? There must have been someone who determined the value of money, first. The size of the rails on a train track? The magnitude of electricity? Laws and Regulations? Who was the first to determine these things? Did we all do it, because this is a Republic? Or was it Arbitrary? NO! The one who took the napkin first determined all of these things! The rules of this world are determined by that same principle of ‘right or left?’! In a Society like this table, a state of equilibrium, once one makes the first move, everyone must follow! In every era, this World has been operating by this napkin principle. And the one who ‘takes the napkin first’ must be someone who is respected by all. It’s not that anyone can fulfill this role… Those that are despotic or unworthy will be scorned. And those are the ‘losers’. In the case of this table, the ‘eldest’ or the ‘Master of the party’ will take the napkin first… Because everyone ‘respects’ those individuals.