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Soji Shimada
Approach everything rationally, and you become harsh. Pole along in the stream of emotions, and you will be swept away by the current... It is not a very agreeable place to live, this world of ours.
Soji Shimada (z książki The Tokyo Zodiac Murders. Detective Mitarai's Casebook)
słowa kluczowe: życie
dodał: Esme
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  • Oh, policemen are all the same. They think because they're cops they're all-powerful, and they run around acting like shogun, like it's still the age of feudalism. The sister didn't consult her brother before disclosing their father's secret to a stranger. That must have infuriated him - prewar protocol violated in modern society. więcej
    Soji ShimadaThe Tokyo Zodiac Murders. Detective Mitarai's Casebook
  • Approach everything rationally, and you become harsh. Pole along in the stream of emotions, and you will be swept away by the current... It is not a very agreeable place to live, this world of ours. więcej
    Soji ShimadaThe Tokyo Zodiac Murders. Detective Mitarai's Casebook
  • You know, watching the movement of the planets every day makes you realize how small and insignificant our daily lives are. We argue. We fight. We struggle. We compete to increase our wealth. Look at the universe. Its movement is so dynamic, like a huge clock. The earth is just a cog in the gears of the clock, and humans make no more difference than bacteria do. Millions and millions of bacteria living their short life battling their petty battles. They don't stop to think that without the mechanisms of the universe, none of us would exist. więcej
    Soji ShimadaThe Tokyo Zodiac Murders. Detective Mitarai's Casebook
  • The typical Japanese city looks so boring and lacking in character; every new building looks like a factory or a prison. Surrounded by mortared walls and cut-out windows, people appear to have chosen to live in graveyards. The popularity of Western-style construction didn't last very long; perhaps it didn't really fit the Japanese climate. in summer, people preferred to leave their windows open in order to reduce the heat and humidity indoors. In order to protect their privacy, they piled concrete blocks around their homes. But as a result of Japan's postwar economic success, most Japanese households have now turned to air-coinditioners. Soon, we may be able to get rid of those ugly concrete blocks. więcej
    Soji ShimadaThe Tokyo Zodiac Murders. Detective Mitarai's Casebook
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