Takashi Hiraide Famous Quotes & Sayings

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14 Takashi Hiraide Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Takashi Hiraide Sayings: There are a few cat lovers among my close friends, and I have to admit There are a few cat lovers among my close friends, and I have to admit that there have been moments when that look of excessive sweet affection oozing from around their eyes has left me feeling absolutely disgusted. Having devoted themselves to cats, body and soul, they seem at times utterly indifferent to shame.
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Takashi Hiraide Sayings: Chibi was a jewel of a cat. Chibi was a jewel of a cat.
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Takashi Hiraide Sayings: Having played to her heart's content, Chibi would come inside and rest for a while. Having played to her heart's content, Chibi would come inside and rest for a while. When she began to sleep on the sofa
like a talisman curled gently in the shape of a comma and dug up from a prehistoric archaeological site
a deep sense of happiness arrived, as if the house itself had dreamed this scene.
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Takashi Hiraide Sayings: The cat's manner of rejection was like cold, white light. The cat's manner of rejection was like cold, white light.
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Takashi Hiraide Sayings: I wonder where it all comes from--this need to go to the place where the I wonder where it all comes from--this need to go to the place where the body has been laid to rest. It's the need to reconfirm how precious someone was and how irreplaceable, and the desire to reconnect with them on a different plane.
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Takashi Hiraide Sayings: He imagined fate as a goddess, capricious and fickle, or as a river, which could He imagined fate as a goddess, capricious and fickle, or as a river, which could flood at any moment
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Takashi Hiraide Sayings: Chibi is a friend with whom I share an understanding, and who just happens to Chibi is a friend with whom I share an understanding, and who just happens to have taken on the form of a cat
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Takashi Hiraide Sayings: Then she told me about a philosopher who said that observation is at its core Then she told me about a philosopher who said that observation is at its core an expression of love which doesn't get caught up in sentiment.
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Takashi Hiraide Sayings: The word "to grieve" or "lament" in Japanese is actually made up of two different The word "to grieve" or "lament" in Japanese is actually made up of two different kanji characters - "sadness" and "resentment.
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Takashi Hiraide Sayings: By late autumn the yard would grow thick with fallen leaves, causing the landlady to By late autumn the yard would grow thick with fallen leaves, causing the landlady to heave many deep sighs.
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Takashi Hiraide Sayings: Looking back on it now, I'd say one's thirties are a cruel age. At this Looking back on it now, I'd say one's thirties are a cruel age. At this point, I think of them as a time I whiled away unaware of the tide that can suddenly pull you out, beyond the shallows, into the sea of hardship, and even death.
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Takashi Hiraide Sayings: My wife gazed back. Then she thought of how they would soon have to part, My wife gazed back. Then she thought of how they would soon have to part, and all the conflicted feelings came rushing in. "After all, she isn't really ours... But maybe I wish she really were...". Chibi stared intently with her deep green eyes at the clear liquid flowing from my wife's eyes and rolling down her cheeks - these human things called tears.
Takashi Hiraide Sayings: There's a photographer who says cat lovers always believe their own cat is better looking There's a photographer who says cat lovers always believe their own cat is better looking than anyone else's. According to her, they've all got blinders on.
Takashi Hiraide Sayings: The noble-minded do not thrust others aside in order to make their way in the The noble-minded do not thrust others aside in order to make their way in the world. But then they themselves are ultimately thrust aside by the advancing tide.