It's true, crying unexpectedly does make you feel better. When you're an adult you forget that.
My happiness comes from the kindness of those around me.”]
One more word Shigure and the entire publishing industry will know every embarrassing thing you've done since you were four.
True kindness isn't something we're born with. It's something we had to work on... (to Tohru)
No one really starts out kind. All we know how to do at first is want. We want food, we want attention... It's just natural survival instinct, I guess... But kindness is something that we all have to learn as we go. It's something that grows and develops slowly over time... The same way our bodies do...
Another story of Fruits Basket manga has begun. I have something very important to tell everyone. Yuki is actually...A GIRL!
If you think of someone’s good qualities as the umeboshi in an onigiri, it’s as if their qualities are stuck to their back! People around the world are like onigiri. Everyone has an umeboshi with a different shape and color and flavor. But because it’s stuck on their back, they might not be able to see their umeboshi. “There’s nothing special about me. I’m just white rice.” [in her head] That’s not true. There is an umeboshi — on your back. [aloud] Maybe the reason people get jealous of each other, is because they can see so clearly the umeboshi on other people’s backs. I can see them, too. I can see them perfectly. There’s an amazing umeboshi on your back, Kyo-kun.”]
Someday... no matter how cold it is now... the snow will melt. Without fail.
I still can't control my wish to see her. I never thought of how important she was to me. (about Rin)
Sometimes living can be hard, but it’s only because we’re alive that we can make each other laugh, cry…be happy! [thinking] If that’s not the reason for being born in this world…I don’t know what is!”]
HANAJIMA, MY SPEAR! GET ME MY SPEAR!
(thinking) Haru understood me. He cared for me. He loved me.
People aren't born social. Sure it comes easier to some people... but most people, like you, need to work at it. Some more than others. You're just inexperienced. For example, as a martial artist, you have the strength to break the table with your fist. But you also have the self-control to stop your fist right before it hits the table. You weren't born with that control, were you? You had to refine it. It's the same as interacting with people. But training for that isn't in the mountains - it has to be in town where people live. Mingling with people, hurting them, getting hurt by them. That's how you learn about people and about yourself. If you don't, you'll never care about anyone but yourself. You may be a black belt fighter, but you're still a white belt in dealing with people. For the sake of the girl who will one day tell you she loves you... Don't turn away. Keep training.