„Shakespeare said it best,' Tamaru said quietly as he gazed at that lumpish, misshapen head. 'Something along these lines: if we die today, we do not have to die tomorrow, so let us look to the best in each other“

—  Haruki Murakami, book 1Q84

Source: 1Q84

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