1, I don’t know what’s going to happen to him over there, but you’re his family now. And that means only one thing. You’d better winning his back not that spitting his face. (S1E1 Gloria)
2, Sometimes things work out just the way you want, sometimes they don’t. You get to hang in there. (S1E2 Jay)
3, Hobbies are important for the man, whatever you’re risking your life or flying a little plane from a safe distance. (S1E3 Gloria)
A geisha needs an elegant wardrobe…just like an artist needs ink.
4, Children need to know you believe in them, it’s the most important thing. If you tell them they have wings, they will believe they can fly. (S1E6 Gloria)
5, We do strange things for the people we love, we lie to them, we lie for them. Then maybe some bombs along the way but we never stop lying best for them. That makes it such a tough job, but kind of the best job in the world. (S1E6 Claire)
If she’s not properly dressed, then she is not a true geisha.
6, We tell our kids it doesn’t matter if you win or lose, but let’s be honest, winning feels pretty great. There’s nothing like that golden moment in sun. I think every parent probably wants that for their child. And maybe a little bit for ourselves too. Sometimes we push too hard and that leads to a lot of resentment and guilt. So how much is too much? Here’s what I come out: guilt fades, hardware is forever. (S1E7 Jay)
7, We’re both with people different from us. And that’s kind of creative stuff. But you want different. (S1E12 Jay)
It is too pretty a day to be unhappy.
8, Can people change? I don’t know. People are who they are. Give a take 15%. But that’s how much people can change if they really want to. Whether for themselves or for the people they love. Yeah, 15%. But you know what? Sometimes that’s just enough. (S1E13 Mitchell)
9, Everybody’s afraid of something. Right? Height, clown, tight spaces. Those are things you get over but then is your children. Will they fit in? Will they be safe? Those are fears you never get past. So sometimes all you can do is take a deep breathe, hold them close and hope for the best. I mean things don’t always work out. But you gonna love it when they do. (S1E16 Phil)
Did you fall down?
10, For years and years everybody’s desperately afraid to be different, in any way. And then suddenly, almost over night, everybody wants to be different. (S1E18 Mitchell)
11, Why did he(Van Gogh) paint the “Starry Night”? Maybe because the sky’s beautiful and everybody likes looking at it. And it reminds us that something’s up there watching over all of us. (S1E18 Luke)
Why so shy?
12, Father-in-laws are tough. Because you can’t let them push you around and you also have to show them respect. Just like walking on a tight rope. (S1E20 Phil)
13, Get a kid a bird and he becomes one of those weird dudes who walk around with the bird on his shoulder. You give him a pair of wings, he can fly. (S1E20 Phil)
Nothing to be ashamed of. We all stumble from time to time.
14, You want to believe that you’re on the same wave lane with someone. And then it’s just…it’s a little disheartening when you find out you are not. (S1E22 Mitchell)
You see that enchanting lady in green?
Once, when she was just a make, she felt clan off her wooden shoes.
It’s true. I did.
And now look at her. So elegant.
Mr. Chairman, shouldn’t we hurry? We will miss the beginning.
We see the Spring Dances every year. We can spare a moment.
What’s your name?
Don’t be afraid to look at me.
Do you like sweet plum or cherry?
You mean, to eat?
I like sweet plum myself.
None of us find as much kindness in this life as we should.
Hi. Both kinds, please.
My children wait for these every spring.
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And so you are.
How did you come by such surprising eyes?
My mother gave them to me.
Generous of her, wasn’t it?
As you has been to me.
Smile for me, won’t you?
There, now. That is your gift to me.
This will buy your supper.
Now, promise me one thing:
Next time you take a tumble, no frowns.
In that moment,
…I changed from a girl facing nothing but emptiness.
…to some purpose.
I saw that to be a geisha…could be a stepping stone to something else.
A place in his world.
The money the chairman had given me…could have brought fish and rice for a month.
But I gave it back in the prayer…
…keeping only his handkerchief.
I asked one day to become a geisha.
And then, somehow, to meet him again.
The winter I turned 15, I saw the Chairman again.