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By Anonym 19 Sep

Keigo Higashino

Trước kia, khi biết anh và Fumiya không chung dòng máu, anh chỉ nghĩ xem mình có thể làm Bố được không. Anh không hề nghĩ đến việc phải chọn cho người mình yêu con đường hạnh phúc. Anh yêu thằng bé thế cơ mà. Anh thật là ngốc. Anh ấy đã nói như thế và khóc trên điện thoại

By Anonym 19 Sep

Keigo Higashino

There are some mysteries in this world," Yukawa said suddenly, "that cannot be unraveled with modern science. However, as science develops, we will one day be able to understand them. The question is, is there a limit to what science can know? If so, what creates that limit?" Kyohei looked at Yukawa. He couldn't figure out why the professor was telling him this, except he had a feeling it was very important. Yukawa pointed a finger at Kyohei's forehead. "People do." he said. "People's brains, to be more precise. For example, in mathematics, when somebody discovers a new theorem, they may have other mathematicians verify it to see if it's correct. The problem is, the theorems getting discovered are becoming more and more complex. That limits the number of mathematicians who can properly verify them. What happens when someone comes up with a theorem so hard to understand that there isn't anyone else who can understand it? In order for that theorem to be accepted as fact, they have to wait until another genius comes along. That's the limit the human brain imposes on the progress of scientific knowledge. You understand?" Kyohei nodded, still having no idea where he was going with this. "Every problem has a solution," Yukawa said, staring straight at Kyohei through his glasses. "But there's no guarantee that the solution will be found immediately. The same holds true in our lives. We encounter several problems to which the solutions are not immediately apparent in life. There is value to be had in worrying about those problems when you get to them. But never feel rushed. Often, in order to find the answer, you need time to grow first. That's why we apply ourselves, and learn as we go." Kyohei chewed on that for a moment, then his mouth opened a little and he looked up with sudden understanding. "You have questions now, I know, and until you find your answers, I'll be working on those questions too, and worrying with you. So don't forget, you're never alone.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Keigo Higashino

The sun had set. Night had come to the city. How easy it would be if everything went dark, and the world ended right here, right now. What a relief it would be.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Keigo Higashino

What we have here is a very basic problem. The only way to make use of underground resources is to mine them, and if you mine them, they're going to damage the local flora and fauna. That's as true under the water as it is on land, but it hasn't stopped us - that is, mankind - from doing it over and over again. That's a fact. You just need to make a choice.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Keigo Higashino

It excited my curiosity. And I believe there is no greater sin than to leave one's curiosity unsatisfied. Curiosity is a fuel that powers the engine of human advancement.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Keigo Higashino

marriage meant offering daily salvation to a man standing on the gallows

By Anonym 16 Sep

Keigo Higashino

It was his knowledge of his own willful stupidity that had brought on his irritation

By Anonym 18 Sep

Keigo Higashino

...that the decline in reading among children was largely the fault of their parents. Parents these days don't read books, themselves, but they feel they should make their children read. Since they aren't readers, however, they have no idea what to give their children. That's why they cling to the recommendations from the Ministry of Education. Those books are all insufferably boring and, as a result, the kids learn to hate books. It's a vicious cycle with no end in sight.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Keigo Higashino

Sometimes, all you had to do was exist in order to be someone's saviour.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Keigo Higashino

I want you to value life. Yours and others. More than you ever have before.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Keigo Higashino

Grownups were always breaking promises as if it didn't matter at all.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Keigo Higashino

Murder isn't the most logical way to escape a difficult situation. It only leads to a different difficult situation.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Keigo Higashino

I love you more than anything else in this world. That's why your words were like a knife stabbing me in the heart. That's why you have to die, too.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Keigo Higashino

The DESMEC people just wanted to have on record the fact that they held a hearing, and the opposition was just whining. That's not a debate. It's a waste of time." "You think asking that the environment be protected is whining?" "It is when you expect them to adopt some mythical flawless plan offering perfect environmental protection. Nothing's perfect in this world," Yukawa said, his pace quickening. Narumi had to trot to keep up. "We're not asking them to do anything. We're asking them to not destroy the environment. It's not like they have to go out of their way to help. They just have to avoid doing anything stupid." "And who decides what's stupid? You?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Keigo Higashino

Détaché de ses amarres, son cœur flottait à la dérive dans la ciel.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Keigo Higashino

Scientists don't make decisions based on potential profit. What a scientist must consider foremost is which of the many available paths will lead to the greatest benefit for humanity. Even if said path, doesn't result in any personal gain, it's still the one to pick. Of course, ideally, we hope that the most beneficial path also results in personal gain.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Keigo Higashino

Okay - the world needs its cogs, all of them; and even a cog may say how it gets used. In fact, only a cog may determine its eventual meaning in the system. That's what I wanted to tell you.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Keigo Higashino

A person's sadness didn't always take a form that others could see.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Keigo Higashino

It seems to me that you have two options: hide the fact that anything happened, or hide the fact that you had anything to do with it.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Keigo Higashino

You may be an expert in environmental protection policy, but when it comes to science, you're an amateur. How much do you actually know about undersea resource development? If you truly want to come up with a solution that allows both, you'll need to have the same amount of knowledge and experience with both. It's arrogant to think that knowing only one is sufficient. Only by respecting the other side's work and way of thinking can you open a path for compromise.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Keigo Higashino

If they could redirect the energy they'd spent on trying to find fault with the other side and put it toward finding a new direction that worked for everyone, they could all benefit.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Keigo Higashino

You know how the sun rises and sets at a certain time each day? In the same way, all of our lives have a day and night. But it's not set like it is with the sun. Some people walk forever in the sunlight, and some people have to walk through the darkest night their whole lives. When people talk about being afraid, what they're afraid of is that their sun will set. That the light they love will fade.