Life Lessons From Assassination Classroom We Can’t Forget

Assassination Classroom Lessons (Quotes) We Can’t Forget

If you haven’t already seen this show, I seriously recommend it. It gives you all the feels. Here is a tribute to it with some of the best(IMO) quotes.

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“It’s dangerous for them to grow up without experiencing true competition. Because they’ll keep whining, even without taking the matter seriously. For those with a high level of aptitude… The sooner they know the frustration of defeat, the greater their growth will be.”


“Anything can be a sword if you polish it enough.”

-Nagisa Shiota

Can we all agree how creepy Nagisa could be when he let his dark side come out?

“If something is possible, carry on as planned. Even if it isn’t possible, do it anyway.”

-Karasuma Tadaomi

“If you’ve got time to point fingers, then how about using your head to figure out what you want to do about it?”

-Karma Akabane

“Whether a fish lives in a clear stream or a water ditch, so long as it continues swimming forward, it will grow up beautifully.”


Those who can’t do what they have to when the time comes for action will find their presence fading in our classroom. An assassin who neglects to sharpen his blade is no assassin at all. He’s just a boastful brat swinging around a rusty sword.”


“Please remember that there are times to take someone’s hand and lead them along… But also times when you must be stern and let them fend for themselves.”


“Honestly, there isn’t much meaning to the splendid names given to you by your parents. What does have meaning, is what the person behind that name does during their actual lifetime. The name doesn’t make the person. The name simply remains gently within the footprint left on the path a person walks.”


If you haven’t already seen Assassination Classroom, I HIGHLY recommend it. There are tons of life lessons in it and plenty of moments to make you laugh.

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