Three Days, Three Quotes: Value Others (Day Two)

Welcome, one and all, to a first-time tag for me: The Three Day Quote Tag. Now, I was nominated for this one by Moyatori, so a big thank you for that! Oh, and sorry for the delay, as it was way back in February.

Now, let’s check out some rules …

  • Thank the person who nominated you.
  • Post a quote for 3 consecutive days (1 quote for each day, can be a super short post).
  • Nominate three new bloggers each day.

First one is done, so let’s get to it! I’ve mostly seen this done with anime quotes, so I’m going to go for something different: Star Trek: The Next Generation quotes. My aim here is to use a different character each day. So, today we’re going with Number One himself, William Riker

 

Maybe if we felt any human loss as keenly as we feel one of those close to us, human history would be far less bloody.
The Bonding

And there we go. The point of this quote, in my eyes, is that we often feel bad about the loss of someone that we knew and cherished. While many will view the death of another as sad though, this of course does not hit us as strongly.  I do believe that Riker is correct though. Were we to feel each and every loss as strongly, we would kill far less. While we’re not all about to murder someone, I think that it’s worth applying this to any way that we can hurt someone.

Riker

Now, today’s nominees …

  1. Drunken Anime Blog
  2. The Otaku Judge
  3. Anime Girls NYC

Play along if you, or if you don’t fancy it (or have already done it), you don’t have to. Thanks for reading everyone!

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