He considered his answer carefully. Finally, he said that there was nothing he would like more in the world than to see his mother and father again, but that he had no reason—and no evidence—to support the idea of an afterlife, so he couldn’t give in to the temptation.
Then he told me, very tenderly, that it can be dangerous to believe things just because you want them to be true. You can get tricked if you don’t question yourself and others, especially people in a position of authority. He told me that anything that’s truly real can stand up to scrutiny." @2 days ago with 395 notes
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I think that certain things need to be said about Evangelion. It’s one of those series in which you need to pay attention. Need. If you don’t then that’s when the series does become a convoluted clusterfuck, but really it isn’t. Yes, the series seems complex, but one reason being is that one of the aspects that the series highlights is human nature, something complex on its own. People only boil Evangelion’s facets down to letting a teen boy get in a “robot” and really it doesn’t work that way.