Human (PART 1)

I’ve recently finished an amazing anime titled “Death Parade”. And I feel like posting several quotes that I love from the anime, before I write another post about being human,

“I’m sure it’s not wrong for people to want to understand each other. And even if it is, I want us to understand each other.”


“There aren’t many things you can believe. That’s how human beings work. They only care about themselves, and no one else really matters. They get caught up in their own lackadaisical dialogue, lying their way through life.” ~Death Parade

“I say… that people do not live just so that they can someday die. It is because they are alive that they someday die. There is no point to living. The same goes for judgment. Judgment must be performed hand in hand with both life and death. It is something that must be performed hand in hand with humans.” ~Decim

“Everyone lives with the sins they’ve committed.” ~Chiyuki

“It’s not just grief. There are as many emotions as there are people. The fragility of someone who lets their anger get the best of them… The strength to overcome fear because of love… You can’t comprehend anything about them.” ~Chiyuki

“People aren’t as complex as you think they are. They’re simple, and they get sad or angry over simple things. That’s how they are. They’re quickly affected by the littlest things, and live without knowing where they’re going to fall down. That’s who people are!” ~Chiyuki

“Life really is a mysterious thing. Each and every life spins its own, totally separate tale, yet they become intricately entwined in each other. And no one knows how they will end up.” ~Decim


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