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Monday, October 15, 2007

One Litre Of Tears


One Litre of Tears

"To be able to smile and tell everyone this; i have, atleast, cried one litre of tears. "

A heart warming Japanese Series. A person with shallow tears will definitely cry with this series. This is about a 15 years old girl that was diagnose with an incurable disease. Her name was Aya; smart, love sports (basketball), good with everyone, and loved by everyone young lady.

Aya didn't easily accepts her disease just like others who was also diagnose with some diseases. But with the help of her family, friends, and everyone that understand and believe in her she accepts it and sees life differently. After 10 years of suffering, she died at the age of 25.

This is a series that will definitely touches your heart. And gave you courage to live on and make the most out of it. A series that might change the way you see the life in front of you.

Some Memorable Quotes from the Series:
  • I really don't want to say things such as "I want to go back to how things were before". I recognize how i am right now, and I will continue to live on.
  • Even though I have been hurt before by those heartless glares this also helped me to understand that around me, there still exists some gentle glares. Therefore, I definitely won't run away. That's what I'll do. Definitely. Always.
  • The quiet classroom after class; The view outside the window; the wooden floor of the corridoors; Talking in homeroom; I like all these. I'm likely to only cause trouble for people and it might not really do me any good to stay here. Even if it's like that, I still want to stay here. Because this is the place where I am.
  • To be able to smile and tell everyone this; i have, at least, cried one litre of tears. Therefore, even when i leave this school, I definitely won't think that some things have ended.
  • If you look up at the sky after falling down the blue sky is also today stretching limitlessly and smiles at me...I'm alive.
  • For those people who are really listening, they will definitely understand.
  • People shouldn't dwell on the past. It's enough to try your best in all that you're doing now.
  • Reality is too cruel, too brutal. I don't even have the right to dream. As I think about the future, the tears will come out again.
  • Where should I head towards? Even if there isn't answer, I'll feel better by writing it down. I've looked for a pair of helping hands but I couldn't feel them, couldn't see them. I only face towards darkness and hear hear the sounds of my hopeless screams.
Poems by Ikeuchi Aya from One Litre of Tears:

The Other Side of Suffering

Everyone feels pain
But surely, after suffering satisfaction will arrive
Even with sports; studying or other ordeals with life,
It's like that for everyone
If we can beat the pain, on the other side
a rainbow of happiness awaits us.
That will definitely become a treasure
Lets believe in that.

Step by Step

When my existence seems to disappear
I will look for the place where I can do the best I can
From now on, I'll deliberate slowly
I won't be impatient
I won't be greedy
I won't give up
Because everyone takes things step by step

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13 Comments:

  • At November 12, 2007 at 3:49 PM , Anonymous live on said...

    thanks so much! ive been looking for the quotes from One litre of tears! This has been really helpful! Demo, um, do you have more? lol im also looking for the one about the wall and how the sun shines on it. Thank you so much!

     
  • At December 30, 2007 at 12:55 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I remember this one from the series.

    "Sometimes it's ok to let others carry on, the dream you have to give up."

     
  • At January 21, 2008 at 12:16 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    interesting! another great korean love story..

     
  • At January 22, 2008 at 9:19 AM , Blogger Chong Zhemin said...

    ano Jan 21

    It's a japanese series. not korean.

     
  • At January 28, 2008 at 5:06 AM , Blogger jamaine12 said...

    I want to watch this one..^_^

     
  • At March 29, 2008 at 3:12 PM , Anonymous kat said...

    thanks for the quotes! there was not one episode wherein no tears fell from my eyes.. thanks..

     
  • At June 25, 2008 at 2:04 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Kim here saying this show was amazing. truly heart-warming and tear-grabbing. I've never cried this much from a film. Definitely a must-see!
    Full of encouragement and hope.
    I want to buy the book. :)

     
  • At September 18, 2008 at 2:35 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Does anyone know any quotes with their romaji ? xx

     
  • At October 25, 2008 at 10:25 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    "Just being alive is such a lovely and wonderful thing"

    Was that quote in the drama?

     
  • At December 25, 2008 at 6:19 AM , Anonymous midori said...

    'i've just watched this recently and err. i didn't just cry a litre of tears, it's more than that. Aya-san's story is very inspiring. if we would have to live again in the next life, i'd gladly want to meet her.. Aya-san wa honto ni sugoi!^^

     
  • At March 28, 2009 at 5:05 AM , Anonymous Sharlene said...

    Thank you so much for posting these quotes up! It's so touching!

    This Drama is the best!
    will always be my favo drama!
    no matter what :D
    it changed me and kept me looking forward in life!

    As others have already recommended others to watch this drama.
    The "Others" who havent watch this,
    please do :D

    Thank you Ikeuchi Aya for never giving up and writing this dairy! which is now a drama.

    <3

     
  • At June 29, 2009 at 7:59 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Getting the illness is not unfortunate, it's just inconvenient.
    My heart clenched after hearing this quote. It's in episode seven.

     
  • At August 27, 2009 at 4:01 AM , Blogger randy said...

    nice quotes

     

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