Reading quotes is one of the finest ways to motivate yourself and live a happy life. Quotes can help you obtain new ideas, inspire you, drive you to work, achieve your goals, and much more. Here are some exciting quotes from the “Chicago Typewriter” drama.
The drama depicts three resistance fighters who lived during the 1930s Japanese occupation of Korea and are reincarnated into the present as a best-selling writer, a fan, and a ghostwriter.
A pen is mightier than the sword, a typewriter is mightier than a gun.
Maniacs change the world. The world needs maniacs.
A writer who can’t write is dead anyway.
Telling someone not to worry when they are worried is like telling an alcoholic to stop drinking.
A sentence that doesn’t contain the writer’s soul is garbage.
If you are not confident that you can surpass the person you imitated, you shouldn’t have tried to imitate him from the start.
Fear comes from the distrust of yourself. If you don’t want the fear to overcome you, you must trust yourself.
People who were once abandoned tend to leave relationships before they get abandoned.
Losing something means you failed to protect it. You don’t have any rights over what you couldn’t protect.
Betrayal hides on the other side of the friendship.
Times have changed. We’re living in a world where you have to be cold-hearted to survive.
Lying with knowledge is different from not being able to answer because you don’t know.
If you want to break an organization, you have to hit the head, not the tail.
The past that left vestiges can’t be overcome. Unsettled pasts get corrupted and uncorrected faults get repeated.