Our list of Shinji Ikari Quotes
I still don’t know where to find happiness. But I’ll continue to think about whether it’s good to be here…whether it was good to have been born. But in the end, it’s just realizing the obvious over and over again. Because I am myself.
No one can justify life by linking happy moments into a rosary.
I didn’t have a choice! They made me pilot the stupid thing!
I mustn’t run away! I mustn’t run away! I mustn’t run away!
I’m the one who deserved to be hit. Not you! I’m a coward. I’m dishonest. I’m sneaky. And a wimp!
I'm not worthy of piloting an EVA, because I don't understand anything. I'm incapable of doing anything good for anybody else!
I thought this was supposed to be a world without pain and without uncertainty.
It would be better if I never existed. I should just die too.
Nobody cares whether I live or die. Nothing will change...so they can all just die.
Living alone is fine with me. I'm alone anyway.
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The Shinji Ikari's quote says that living alone is acceptable for him because he is alone.
As much as we can surround ourselves with as many people as possible, the reality is alone, and we are alone. No one will always live with us, not even our family.
But this concept of loneliness is not seen as a negative concept. On the contrary, it is a real challenge. The world decides to leave us alone because we have to be comfortable with ourselves and accept our flaws and merits.
Once we can accept ourselves, we will know how to live well on our own and with others.
Furthermore, living with others positively and progressively is only possible if we live well by ourselves.