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if i can, my gosh i am totally rule the world with my winged dragon!!!!
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I think its a great heart warming show, which would last until next year..50 episodes!
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If there are more episodes like 7, then I'm not sure I can make it through the rest without a therapist.
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dude this anime is sad "[ tearful yo
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Where are you find 32 and 33 posted?
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I really like this show. Its very heart warming but at the same time they don't stay with the warm fuzzys the entire show.
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darkkimono wrote:

Where are you find 32 and 33 posted?



they havn't been fansubed yet..

just wait a bit longer and eventually they will be ;)

back on topic.. great series.. had to reroll in membership to not miss out
Posted 9/7/09

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if i can, my gosh i am totally rule the world with my winged dragon!!!!
True mastery of control isn't with oppression nor regulation, but through direction and flow. Just because you managed to control the symbol of power in that world, doesn't mean that you're all powerful. When you lost control of your own power and ended up abusing that power, because you were enslaved by your desire to rule the world in the first place.
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Kira_Mishaki wrote:

if i can, my gosh i am totally rule the world with my winged dragon!!!!
True mastery of control isn't with oppression nor regulation, but through direction and flow. Just because you managed to control the symbol of power in that world, doesn't mean that you're all powerful. When you lost control of your own power and ended up abusing that power, because you were enslaved by your desire to rule the world in the first place.


such is the paradox... If you are, you can't say because you won't be.

Example: Wisdom

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I wonder where I could possibly watch this or if it would possibly come on TV?
Posted 9/8/09

tripperdan99 wrote:such is the paradox... If you are, you can't say because you won't be.

Example: Wisdom

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"The wisest mind has something yet to learn." Overcoming one's own imperfection is the the process of perfecting oneself, when "true victory is victory over oneself."

Nobody is born perfect, that's why we should look forward to growth. But any alteration to our own individual flow of growth will only offset the natural balance of our nature, and that's when changes occur within us like ripples in the sand. Because unlike water, we don't change that easily as we grew older. Therefore in order to work out our differences, we need to find a common ground within us so that we can shake our very own foundation through constant change. Otherwise we'll be washed away by the tides of time, without us managed to change anything within ourselves nor each other.

Let's see how this series plays out against the backdrop of my philosophy.
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DomFortress wrote:

"The wisest mind has something yet to learn." Overcoming one's own imperfection is the the process of perfecting oneself, when "true victory is victory over oneself."

Nobody is born perfect, that's why we should look forward to growth. But any alteration to our own individual flow of growth will only offset the natural balance of our nature, and that's when changes occur within us like ripples in the sand. Because unlike water, we don't change that easily as we grew older. Therefore in order to work out our differences, we need to find a common ground within us so that we can shake our very own foundation through constant change. Otherwise we'll be washed away by the tides of time, without us managed to change anything within ourselves nor each other.

Let's see how this series plays out against the backdrop of my philosophy.



An anime playing out to a specific philosophy may be asking a lot, or rather such a wish is taking a risk. But risk itself can be fun.

The writer introduced a number of things in this "world" that grated my nerves, thus indicating he was successful in his bid to introduce a rigid society locked in its customs. Not that customs and such are bad, but in Erin it was implement to the point of taboo violation resulted in innocent death. Art mimicking real life?

Now the stage is set for a little girl to shatter the very culture/customs/Laws that have been established in this world.

There are principles that can not be broken, you can but only break yourself upon them. Laws/customs/cultures though are very pliable and are often broken.

So much potential here in this anime, I wonder how the author will handle this as the series unfolds.

But, alas, the cleanliness of Theory is no match for the messiness of Reality.

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Posted 9/9/09

tripperdan99 wrote:An anime playing out to a specific philosophy may be asking a lot, or rather such a wish is taking a risk. But risk itself can be fun.

The writer introduced a number of things in this "world" that grated my nerves, thus indicating he was successful in his bid to introduce a rigid society locked in its customs. Not that customs and such are bad, but in Erin it was implement to the point of taboo violation resulted in innocent death. Art mimicking real life?

Now the stage is set for a little girl to shatter the very culture/customs/Laws that have been established in this world.

There are principles that can not be broken, you can but only break yourself upon them. Laws/customs/cultures though are very pliable and are often broken.

So much potential here in this anime, I wonder how the author will handle this as the series unfolds.

But, alas, the cleanliness of Theory is no match for the messiness of Reality.

~td99
Isn't it? Laws/customs/cultures are but systems that only represent a set of values. After all, it's easier to understand just what one values, thus create a system that will maintain which are deem valuable by those who seek them.

So when those that created a system to take away innocent lives, they are directly maintaining the ways of life for those who aren't so innocent.
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Posted 9/10/09

DomFortress wrote:

Isn't it? Laws/customs/cultures are but systems that only represent a set of values. After all, it's easier to understand just what one values, thus create a system that will maintain which are deem valuable by those who seek them.

So when those that created a system to take away innocent lives, they are directly maintaining the ways of life for those who aren't so innocent.


So quickly could we fall down the relativism hole. I might be wrong, but it seems that there is a general dissatisfaction and unhappiness with the "Rules" existing throughout the Erin world. Then there is also the Mist People who are keepers of the Secret.

It will be fun to see how all this ties together and plays out. Glad they scheduled 50 episodes because it may take that many for all of this to work.

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Posted 9/10/09

tripperdan99 wrote:


DomFortress wrote:

Isn't it? Laws/customs/cultures are but systems that only represent a set of values. After all, it's easier to understand just what one values, thus create a system that will maintain which are deem valuable by those who seek them.

So when those that created a system to take away innocent lives, they are directly maintaining the ways of life for those who aren't so innocent.


So quickly could we fall down the relativism hole. I might be wrong, but it seems that there is a general dissatisfaction and unhappiness with the "Rules" existing throughout the Erin world. Then there is also the Mist People who are keepers of the Secret.

It will be fun to see how all this ties together and plays out. Glad they scheduled 50 episodes because it may take that many for all of this to work.

~td99
The mist People are those who seem to understand more than what they're letting in, but that can also be the fact that the majority of people in that world don't trust them. However they do respect the Mist People's skills when it comes to common interest. The Mist People don't think that the people of their world are ready for them, while the rest of the world hold some sort of prejudice toward the Mist People for them being the minority.

One thing I do realize is that the Mist People respect the nature and its laws, while the rest of them in that world only fear those that are more powerful than them. The Mist people habituate coexistence through mutual respects, while the rest of the people either oppress those that they fear, or obey those that are more powerful; they don't question nor would they challenge their authorities. And when no answer nor acceptance were given, they often react immaturely.
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