ITACHI MOST FAMOUS QUOTES

“Those who forgive themselves, and are able to accept their true nature… They are the strong ones!”

“People’s lives don’t end when they die. It ends when they lose faith.”

“No matter what darkness lies ahead, I will be there to walk beside you.”

“Those who cannot acknowledge their real selves are bound to fail.”

“The ones who aren’t able to acknowledge their own selves are bound to fail.”

“Even the strongest of opponents always has a weakness.”

“People live their lives bound by what they accept as correct and true. That is how they define ‘reality’. But what does it mean to be ‘correct’ or ‘true’? Merely vague concepts… Their ‘reality’ may all be a mirage. Can we consider them to simply be living in their own world, shaped by their beliefs?”

“Knowledge and awareness are vague, and perhaps better called illusions. Everyone lives within their own subjective interpretation.”

“To know what is right and choose to ignore it is the act of a coward.”

“One must sacrifice themselves for the sake of the village.”

“Weakness is a sin.”

“Those who turn their hands against their comrades are sure to die a terrible death.” TIME CAN WAIT QUOTES

“You and I are no different. We saved ourselves by fighting with our own true strength.”

“One’s reality might be another’s illusion.”

“Those who do not understand true pain can never understand true peace.”

“It’s foolish to fear what we’ve yet to see and know.”

“Knowledge and jutsu are excellent, but having prohibitions is the mark of an expert.”

“No matter what you decide to do from now on… I will love you forever.”

“People always live their lives bound by what they accept as true and correct. That is how they define ‘reality.’ But what does it mean to be ‘correct’ or ‘true’? The words that you spoke up until now… Two choices: ‘Kill me’ or ‘Let me continue to live.'”

“An existence that overlooks sacrifice is as good as dead.”

“It is foolish to fear what we have yet to see and know.”

“Nothing is more hypocritical than a person who pushes others down to hide their own sadness.”

“Before you judge someone, walk a mile in their shoes. You’ll see what a burden it is.”