„This place makes me think about the mistakes I've made in the past… and I've made so many of them.“

—  Hatake Kakashi, book Naruto

To Yugao, about Obito's name engraved in the Memorial Stone

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translation from original Dutch: Fons Heijnsbroek

(original Dutch: citaat van Hendrik Willem Mesdag brief, in het Nederlands:) Wat ik daar gemaakt heb - zo'n jaar of wat geleden, dat krijg je nooit meer te zien! Da's uit, met Scheveningen is 't gedaan. En als ik 't niet alles nog wist van vroeger, uit die schetsen, waarachtig dan was 't [zijn schilderen] afgelopen.

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