But that's reality.
But, Even so,
I'm in a world I would never have experienced if I'd stayed.
I'm glad I quit that shitty company.
I want to defeat the me that's dragging this failure around. I don't want to forget my failure. But if I carry it with me as a bad memory, and keep running away, I'll never change. I think there are things you learn to do trough failing. Will you get revenge with me?
I'm really glad for them. The truth is, I thought that falling in love when you knew you'd have to part seemed pointless.But when I saw them together, I was happy from the bottom of my heart. Maybe worrying about future parting so much that you miss out on happiness in the present is waste.
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and binds us together.
You definitely can't part from me. You're the one who gave birth to me. I'm the child you made to eat your anguish and sadness. It doesn't matter how many times you kill me, I'll always be born again. Because I'm your true soul. You wanted to throw away your feelings for your brother, and become an adult without me. I won't allow that. In this place, your don't need anything. neither the pain, nor the anguish of becoming an adult.
I was afraid to open my heart to someone. But I'm not afraid anymore. Even if I lose sight of it, there's always a path somewhere. People are connected through narrow paths. Even if sometimes they lose sight of them, there's no doubt they're connected. Welcome back, you. I'm back ,you.
Ichinose must have been very disappointed.
Fair enough. Since you're aiming to be a professional, I'll give you the unfettered, honest truth. Amamiya, you need to learn to appreciate your own piano playing more. Do that, and you'll understand. You need compare yourself against others. you gave a good performance. Your future excites me.
Of course, will.
We'll go to Antarctica, and come back to home, but boats will still come here every day, and the city will be full of people, going to school, working their jobs, hanging out with their friends, They'll all keep living their lives..
So I won't ever forget him.
from the line of "Violet Evergarden"