Author has written 5 stories for Shaman King, and Pokémon.
Hoep ya'll dun get bored reading this!
It's better late than never...is there always a second chance? Lenne and Shuyin sure didn't get another one until thousands of years later. They never got to hear what the last three words of the other person. Risking their lives to save the other. Is that true love? Is love blinding? IF shuyin hadn't attempted to steal Vegnagun would they haev died?
You tried your best...Do people who say that really mean it or are they nothing more but comforting words? If you had tried a little harder, pushed yourself a lttle more, would you have made a difference?
People tend to say 'Live life with no regrets'. Easier said than done thats for sure. To live and never look back at the faults that you have made, things that could have been avoided, lives that could haev been saved. If you could turn back the hands of time what would you do?
Friends...Small agruments, sure they happen but what would happen if they get out of hand? A fine friendship comes crashing to an end just because of some person who just came in? I experienced this. The ending was pretty odd. I remember clearly what someone added. "You people are computer freaks. I don't like you so I'm gonna hack your account". Funny as it may seem it was true. Perhaps if my friend hadn't hacked the other's account this could've been avoided.
Where's the good in good-bye? Is there really a good to saying good-bye? Going away and maybe never even seeing them again. Losing a very important person to you. The feeling of losing apart of you, forcing yourself to forget but no matter how hard you try to forget, to move on, you can't.
Life goes on. Sure it does, but can you go on? Can you really let it all go and move on as if nothing happened? I have come to realize that the hardest thing in life isn't staring death in the face. Its letting go and moving on. Easier said than done thats for certain.
At one point in life, I was afraid of death. I was scared that one day, I would wake up and find out that someone I really cared about or even loved had died. I was afraid that I would die. Over the years, I have realized that death is nothing to be scared about. People die everyday. Someone might even be dying as you read this. Its normal. People die to protect the lives of others. As long as you lived your life well and have no regrets, you shouldn't be afraid of dying.
Its better to have loved and lost than never loved before. Seeing as I'm still young, i decided to dedicate myself to my education. But i still do agree with this saying. Atleast you can die knowing that someone was there for you and would cry at your funeral. Atleast you can rest in peace knowing that you have experience how it felt to be loved. Atleast you would know you had a reason to live, a reason to have existed