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and talk about the good old days together for the rest of thier lives?


is there something wrong with that?^^


Whats wrong with that? They havnt seen each others, and dont know anything about their lives apart, they lives seperate lives now.


yeah if they were far away from each other for ten gazillion years..^_^



they were away from each others most of thier adolence, they're adults they should know by now that the love they had years ago is in the past, they each have thier own lives and comitments, thats why I feel that the ending was realistic, and a reason loved the series so much


oh i see.. but we're not talking mainly about 5cm/sec here..^_^.. we are discussing in general so it means that everything will depend,ne? and anyway, i loved the ending too!^^


my first comment was in response to something you said related to the story so thats where the link came from, also miss fang im glad someone one my side, when I first took the side as the realistic one. I toughed I might get peppered by dreamers. Actually the whole perpose was to not only recieve you opinions, but to make people see the harsh reality behind all the dreams, but I hate to be the one to step on peoples dreams but If only one person sees both side then I'd feel like justice is done


well,to tell the truth i still consider myself a dreamer..i had been wanting freedom all this time.. the freedom to do anything without worrying of being hated by everybody else and i had always felt that only in dreams could i ever find it..there's nothing wrong in being a dreamer..after all,whether you like it or not,you still can't escape reality..and we,dreamers,don't hate those who can wholeheartedly accept it..^_^
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nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:

and talk about the good old days together for the rest of thier lives?


is there something wrong with that?^^


Whats wrong with that? They havnt seen each others, and dont know anything about their lives apart, they lives seperate lives now.


yeah if they were far away from each other for ten gazillion years..^_^



they were away from each others most of thier adolence, they're adults they should know by now that the love they had years ago is in the past, they each have thier own lives and comitments, thats why I feel that the ending was realistic, and a reason loved the series so much


oh i see.. but we're not talking mainly about 5cm/sec here..^_^.. we are discussing in general so it means that everything will depend,ne? and anyway, i loved the ending too!^^


my first comment was in response to something you said related to the story so thats where the link came from, also miss fang im glad someone one my side, when I first took the side as the realistic one. I toughed I might get peppered by dreamers. Actually the whole perpose was to not only recieve you opinions, but to make people see the harsh reality behind all the dreams, but I hate to be the one to step on peoples dreams but If only one person sees both side then I'd feel like justice is done


well,to tell the truth i still consider myself a dreamer..i had been wanting freedom all this time.. the freedom to do anything without worrying of being hated by everybody else and i had always felt that only in dreams could i ever find it..there's nothing wrong in being a dreamer..after all,whether you like it or not,you still can't escape reality..and we,dreamers,don't hate those who can wholeheartedly accept it..^_^


I had this out for a day now but crunchyroll was down when I went to post it and I forgot to do it last night but here's my response...

I don't remeber saying I hate dreamers, if I did then I apologize. Dreamers face many of the same problems are others and they seem to handle it better. I have lots of respect for some dreamers, especially those who became reality and perhaps changed life as we know it. Without dreams none of the inventions in the world would have got built, and we would have never entered space, steped on the moon, created anime for a good example. Im aware that excaping reality is a hard thing to do even for dreamers, Im just saying that its not always good to have you head in the clouds. Look at the world presented to you and take realistic steps to acomplish realistic goals within the limit of human nature. Good luck I guess?
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luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:

and talk about the good old days together for the rest of thier lives?


is there something wrong with that?^^


Whats wrong with that? They havnt seen each others, and dont know anything about their lives apart, they lives seperate lives now.


yeah if they were far away from each other for ten gazillion years..^_^



they were away from each others most of thier adolence, they're adults they should know by now that the love they had years ago is in the past, they each have thier own lives and comitments, thats why I feel that the ending was realistic, and a reason loved the series so much


oh i see.. but we're not talking mainly about 5cm/sec here..^_^.. we are discussing in general so it means that everything will depend,ne? and anyway, i loved the ending too!^^


my first comment was in response to something you said related to the story so thats where the link came from, also miss fang im glad someone one my side, when I first took the side as the realistic one. I toughed I might get peppered by dreamers. Actually the whole perpose was to not only recieve you opinions, but to make people see the harsh reality behind all the dreams, but I hate to be the one to step on peoples dreams but If only one person sees both side then I'd feel like justice is done


well,to tell the truth i still consider myself a dreamer..i had been wanting freedom all this time.. the freedom to do anything without worrying of being hated by everybody else and i had always felt that only in dreams could i ever find it..there's nothing wrong in being a dreamer..after all,whether you like it or not,you still can't escape reality..and we,dreamers,don't hate those who can wholeheartedly accept it..^_^


I had this out for a day now but crunchyroll was down when I went to post it and I forgot to do it last night but here's my response...

I don't remeber saying I hate dreamers, if I did then I apologize. Dreamers face many of the same problems are others and they seem to handle it better. I have lots of respect for some dreamers, especially those who became reality and perhaps changed life as we know it. Without dreams none of the inventions in the world would have got built, and we would have never entered space, steped on the moon, created anime for a good example. Im aware that excaping reality is a hard thing to do even for dreamers, Im just saying that its not always good to have you head in the clouds. Look at the world presented to you and take realistic steps to acomplish realistic goals within the limit of human nature. Good luck I guess?


no,i didn't say you said that..anyway,the examples given were different from what dreams really mean to me..
i'm thinking of something more ------(i can't find the right word) things that in dreams and only in dreams could ever happen:c
and know what?a part of a dreamer's dream is to be able to accept the cruel reality..thanks a ton..
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Posted 3/13/08

nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:

and talk about the good old days together for the rest of thier lives?


is there something wrong with that?^^


Whats wrong with that? They havnt seen each others, and dont know anything about their lives apart, they lives seperate lives now.


yeah if they were far away from each other for ten gazillion years..^_^



they were away from each others most of thier adolence, they're adults they should know by now that the love they had years ago is in the past, they each have thier own lives and comitments, thats why I feel that the ending was realistic, and a reason loved the series so much


oh i see.. but we're not talking mainly about 5cm/sec here..^_^.. we are discussing in general so it means that everything will depend,ne? and anyway, i loved the ending too!^^


my first comment was in response to something you said related to the story so thats where the link came from, also miss fang im glad someone one my side, when I first took the side as the realistic one. I toughed I might get peppered by dreamers. Actually the whole perpose was to not only recieve you opinions, but to make people see the harsh reality behind all the dreams, but I hate to be the one to step on peoples dreams but If only one person sees both side then I'd feel like justice is done


well,to tell the truth i still consider myself a dreamer..i had been wanting freedom all this time.. the freedom to do anything without worrying of being hated by everybody else and i had always felt that only in dreams could i ever find it..there's nothing wrong in being a dreamer..after all,whether you like it or not,you still can't escape reality..and we,dreamers,don't hate those who can wholeheartedly accept it..^_^


I had this out for a day now but crunchyroll was down when I went to post it and I forgot to do it last night but here's my response...

I don't remeber saying I hate dreamers, if I did then I apologize. Dreamers face many of the same problems are others and they seem to handle it better. I have lots of respect for some dreamers, especially those who became reality and perhaps changed life as we know it. Without dreams none of the inventions in the world would have got built, and we would have never entered space, steped on the moon, created anime for a good example. Im aware that excaping reality is a hard thing to do even for dreamers, Im just saying that its not always good to have you head in the clouds. Look at the world presented to you and take realistic steps to acomplish realistic goals within the limit of human nature. Good luck I guess?


no,i didn't say you said that..anyway,the examples given were different from what dreams really mean to me..
i'm thinking of something more ------(i can't find the right word) things that in dreams and only in dreams could ever happen:c
and know what?a part of a dreamer's dream is to be able to accept the cruel reality..thanks a ton..



Thats a very vuage answer. Im not even sure how to respond
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luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:

and talk about the good old days together for the rest of thier lives?


is there something wrong with that?^^


Whats wrong with that? They havnt seen each others, and dont know anything about their lives apart, they lives seperate lives now.


yeah if they were far away from each other for ten gazillion years..^_^



they were away from each others most of thier adolence, they're adults they should know by now that the love they had years ago is in the past, they each have thier own lives and comitments, thats why I feel that the ending was realistic, and a reason loved the series so much


oh i see.. but we're not talking mainly about 5cm/sec here..^_^.. we are discussing in general so it means that everything will depend,ne? and anyway, i loved the ending too!^^


my first comment was in response to something you said related to the story so thats where the link came from, also miss fang im glad someone one my side, when I first took the side as the realistic one. I toughed I might get peppered by dreamers. Actually the whole perpose was to not only recieve you opinions, but to make people see the harsh reality behind all the dreams, but I hate to be the one to step on peoples dreams but If only one person sees both side then I'd feel like justice is done


well,to tell the truth i still consider myself a dreamer..i had been wanting freedom all this time.. the freedom to do anything without worrying of being hated by everybody else and i had always felt that only in dreams could i ever find it..there's nothing wrong in being a dreamer..after all,whether you like it or not,you still can't escape reality..and we,dreamers,don't hate those who can wholeheartedly accept it..^_^


I had this out for a day now but crunchyroll was down when I went to post it and I forgot to do it last night but here's my response...

I don't remeber saying I hate dreamers, if I did then I apologize. Dreamers face many of the same problems are others and they seem to handle it better. I have lots of respect for some dreamers, especially those who became reality and perhaps changed life as we know it. Without dreams none of the inventions in the world would have got built, and we would have never entered space, steped on the moon, created anime for a good example. Im aware that excaping reality is a hard thing to do even for dreamers, Im just saying that its not always good to have you head in the clouds. Look at the world presented to you and take realistic steps to acomplish realistic goals within the limit of human nature. Good luck I guess?


no,i didn't say you said that..anyway,the examples given were different from what dreams really mean to me..
i'm thinking of something more ------(i can't find the right word) things that in dreams and only in dreams could ever happen:c
and know what?a part of a dreamer's dream is to be able to accept the cruel reality..thanks a ton..



Thats a very vuage answer. Im not even sure how to respond


hehe.. oh,well.. that's ok^_^
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nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


nakakapikon wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:

and talk about the good old days together for the rest of thier lives?


is there something wrong with that?^^


Whats wrong with that? They havnt seen each others, and dont know anything about their lives apart, they lives seperate lives now.


yeah if they were far away from each other for ten gazillion years..^_^



they were away from each others most of thier adolence, they're adults they should know by now that the love they had years ago is in the past, they each have thier own lives and comitments, thats why I feel that the ending was realistic, and a reason loved the series so much


oh i see.. but we're not talking mainly about 5cm/sec here..^_^.. we are discussing in general so it means that everything will depend,ne? and anyway, i loved the ending too!^^


my first comment was in response to something you said related to the story so thats where the link came from, also miss fang im glad someone one my side, when I first took the side as the realistic one. I toughed I might get peppered by dreamers. Actually the whole perpose was to not only recieve you opinions, but to make people see the harsh reality behind all the dreams, but I hate to be the one to step on peoples dreams but If only one person sees both side then I'd feel like justice is done


well,to tell the truth i still consider myself a dreamer..i had been wanting freedom all this time.. the freedom to do anything without worrying of being hated by everybody else and i had always felt that only in dreams could i ever find it..there's nothing wrong in being a dreamer..after all,whether you like it or not,you still can't escape reality..and we,dreamers,don't hate those who can wholeheartedly accept it..^_^


I had this out for a day now but crunchyroll was down when I went to post it and I forgot to do it last night but here's my response...

I don't remeber saying I hate dreamers, if I did then I apologize. Dreamers face many of the same problems are others and they seem to handle it better. I have lots of respect for some dreamers, especially those who became reality and perhaps changed life as we know it. Without dreams none of the inventions in the world would have got built, and we would have never entered space, steped on the moon, created anime for a good example. Im aware that excaping reality is a hard thing to do even for dreamers, Im just saying that its not always good to have you head in the clouds. Look at the world presented to you and take realistic steps to acomplish realistic goals within the limit of human nature. Good luck I guess?


no,i didn't say you said that..anyway,the examples given were different from what dreams really mean to me..
i'm thinking of something more ------(i can't find the right word) things that in dreams and only in dreams could ever happen:c
and know what?a part of a dreamer's dream is to be able to accept the cruel reality..thanks a ton..



Thats a very vuage answer. Im not even sure how to respond


hehe.. oh,well.. that's ok^_^


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it depends..
if two people can stay loyal and faithful despite the distance,
there's a huge possibility that their "long distance" relationship would work..
but if one loses hope,
well,it's not gonna work out..
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it depends..
if two people can stay loyal and faithful despite the distance,
there's a huge possibility that their "long distance" relationship would work..
but if one loses hope,
well,it's not gonna work out..


oh and actually comment, thats an opptimistic look on it but you got to take a look at the real world kids, faithful on a internet plauged by lies, phones plagues with fees, even buying stamps gets annoying after awhile. Love is a wonderful thing but it doesnt work miracles. Love can only do so much. If you have the chance to meet each other in the futur it has a chance but its a long way off from just working between two loyals people. The world of today is a crushing world that takes every chance it has to crush the hopes of starry eyes youngsters, so it impossible to stay hopefull 24/7, 365 and 1/4 days. Until I see a majority of relationships of this nature work out, I will remain doubtful to the end.
Posted 5/4/08

luckystars1 wrote:


wewdyan wrote:

it depends..
if two people can stay loyal and faithful despite the distance,
there's a huge possibility that their "long distance" relationship would work..
but if one loses hope,
well,it's not gonna work out..


oh and actually comment, thats an opptimistic look on it but you got to take a look at the real world kids, faithful on a internet plauged by lies, phones plagues with fees, even buying stamps gets annoying after awhile. Love is a wonderful thing but it doesnt work miracles. Love can only do so much. If you have the chance to meet each other in the futur it has a chance but its a long way off from just working between two loyals people. The world of today is a crushing world that takes every chance it has to crush the hopes of starry eyes youngsters, so it impossible to stay hopefull 24/7, 365 and 1/4 days. Until I see a majority of relationships of this nature work out, I will remain doubtful to the end.


my comment is not really an optimistic look on the subject, it's neutral.
i said it could work, and it could not.
it really depends on the people in the relationship.
but it's possible, really.
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wewdyan wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


wewdyan wrote:

it depends..
if two people can stay loyal and faithful despite the distance,
there's a huge possibility that their "long distance" relationship would work..
but if one loses hope,
well,it's not gonna work out..


oh and actually comment, thats an opptimistic look on it but you got to take a look at the real world kids, faithful on a internet plauged by lies, phones plagues with fees, even buying stamps gets annoying after awhile. Love is a wonderful thing but it doesnt work miracles. Love can only do so much. If you have the chance to meet each other in the futur it has a chance but its a long way off from just working between two loyals people. The world of today is a crushing world that takes every chance it has to crush the hopes of starry eyes youngsters, so it impossible to stay hopefull 24/7, 365 and 1/4 days. Until I see a majority of relationships of this nature work out, I will remain doubtful to the end.


my comment is not really an optimistic look on the subject, it's neutral.
i said it could work, and it could not.
it really depends on the people in the relationship.
but it's possible, really.


even you seem somewhat doubt full that its 100% neutral, but it impossible to predict what will happen to every person living every out some who knows, I know I sure dont.
Posted 5/4/08

luckystars1 wrote:


wewdyan wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


wewdyan wrote:

it depends..
if two people can stay loyal and faithful despite the distance,
there's a huge possibility that their "long distance" relationship would work..
but if one loses hope,
well,it's not gonna work out..


oh and actually comment, thats an opptimistic look on it but you got to take a look at the real world kids, faithful on a internet plauged by lies, phones plagues with fees, even buying stamps gets annoying after awhile. Love is a wonderful thing but it doesnt work miracles. Love can only do so much. If you have the chance to meet each other in the futur it has a chance but its a long way off from just working between two loyals people. The world of today is a crushing world that takes every chance it has to crush the hopes of starry eyes youngsters, so it impossible to stay hopefull 24/7, 365 and 1/4 days. Until I see a majority of relationships of this nature work out, I will remain doubtful to the end.


my comment is not really an optimistic look on the subject, it's neutral.
i said it could work, and it could not.
it really depends on the people in the relationship.
but it's possible, really.


even you seem somewhat doubt full that its 100% neutral, but it impossible to predict what will happen to every person living every out some who knows, I know I sure dont.


huh? what do you mean by "even you seem somewhat doubt full that its 100% neutral"? i dont quite get you..
yeah i know it's impossible to predict, you really won't know what will happen to a person's life, you're right, so you can't really tell whether a long distance relationship would work or not.. do u get me???
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wewdyan wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


wewdyan wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


wewdyan wrote:

it depends..
if two people can stay loyal and faithful despite the distance,
there's a huge possibility that their "long distance" relationship would work..
but if one loses hope,
well,it's not gonna work out..


oh and actually comment, thats an opptimistic look on it but you got to take a look at the real world kids, faithful on a internet plauged by lies, phones plagues with fees, even buying stamps gets annoying after awhile. Love is a wonderful thing but it doesnt work miracles. Love can only do so much. If you have the chance to meet each other in the futur it has a chance but its a long way off from just working between two loyals people. The world of today is a crushing world that takes every chance it has to crush the hopes of starry eyes youngsters, so it impossible to stay hopefull 24/7, 365 and 1/4 days. Until I see a majority of relationships of this nature work out, I will remain doubtful to the end.


my comment is not really an optimistic look on the subject, it's neutral.
i said it could work, and it could not.
it really depends on the people in the relationship.
but it's possible, really.


even you seem somewhat doubt full that its 100% neutral, but it impossible to predict what will happen to every person living every out some who knows, I know I sure dont.


huh? what do you mean by "even you seem somewhat doubt full that its 100% neutral"? i dont quite get you..
yeah i know it's impossible to predict, you really won't know what will happen to a person's life, you're right, so you can't really tell whether a long distance relationship would work or not.. do u get me???


you're reply, you didnt seem too confident in what you said, what do you mean do I get you, you just rehashed what I said
Posted 5/4/08

luckystars1 wrote:


wewdyan wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


wewdyan wrote:


luckystars1 wrote:


wewdyan wrote:

it depends..
if two people can stay loyal and faithful despite the distance,
there's a huge possibility that their "long distance" relationship would work..
but if one loses hope,
well,it's not gonna work out..


oh and actually comment, thats an opptimistic look on it but you got to take a look at the real world kids, faithful on a internet plauged by lies, phones plagues with fees, even buying stamps gets annoying after awhile. Love is a wonderful thing but it doesnt work miracles. Love can only do so much. If you have the chance to meet each other in the futur it has a chance but its a long way off from just working between two loyals people. The world of today is a crushing world that takes every chance it has to crush the hopes of starry eyes youngsters, so it impossible to stay hopefull 24/7, 365 and 1/4 days. Until I see a majority of relationships of this nature work out, I will remain doubtful to the end.


my comment is not really an optimistic look on the subject, it's neutral.
i said it could work, and it could not.
it really depends on the people in the relationship.
but it's possible, really.


even you seem somewhat doubt full that its 100% neutral, but it impossible to predict what will happen to every person living every out some who knows, I know I sure dont.


huh? what do you mean by "even you seem somewhat doubt full that its 100% neutral"? i dont quite get you..
yeah i know it's impossible to predict, you really won't know what will happen to a person's life, you're right, so you can't really tell whether a long distance relationship would work or not.. do u get me???


you're reply, you didnt seem too confident in what you said, what do you mean do I get you, you just rehashed what I said


when i said do u get me,i meant do u understand what i'm trying to say?
and i'm confident in my answer,really..
gah,this talk is nonsense,by the way,this is a forum so im allowed to write my opinions,
there's no wrong answer,so please dont try to correct me..
i know i've made my point..*peace*
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