Soulelle's "analysis" on Glasslip was utter nonsense, and it is quite unpleasant to learn that the prevailing, incorrect opinion of Glasslip continues to propagate from Soulelle. Having read her analysis, I find that her opinions do not accurately represent the major thematic elements in Glasslip, for the reason that its focus is too narrow. She erroneously states that the chickens are of a crucial significance in mirroring Kakeru's own background and preference for security, and dismiss the "fragments of the future" as "figments of [Kakeru and Tōko's] imagination". This is clearly not the case: if Glasslip were to intended to be about a young man's desire to settle down, Tōko's friends would not have been a factor, and similarly, references to glass beads would not have been prominently featured.
Soulelle's analysis is plagued with confirmation bias, where she had selected very minor details to fit her own, very narrow, views, while discarding events as insignificant if they did not support her own beliefs. Glasslip is certainly not about "[Kakeru and Tōko learning] about each other and about each otherís feelings and emotions this way"; if this were the case, Glasslip would have proceeded in the absence of Sachi, Hiro, Yukinari and Yanagi. The actual theme in Glasslip deals with relationships, and their impact on friendships. The "fragments of the future" were intended to facilitate the notion that even if people could see the future, the turbulence of love means that it would be preferable to take things one step at a time.
Because of the damage Soulelle's load of bollocks does to any meaningful discussions of Glasslip, I strongly recommend you retract your claims that Soulelle "was so good in explaining Glasslip that i want to share to everyone who may like them" and delete your posts praising her at first convenience. If you are looking to read a genuinely well-written, insight analysis of Glasslip, I will point you to this article. Further to this, here's another explanation of why Soulelle was, for all intents and purposes, making stuff up: had Glasslip really been about what Soulelle claims it to be, then why would the opening feature all of the things that Soulelle conveniently ignores?