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  1. whiter
    2008-09-23 03:22
    whiter
    I think so too. I will add to this to include the big 4. Kallen and Suzaku were also victims who were dragged along for the ride. I think all four of them need to find some resolve that they can live with and at least smile one more time.

    I wouldn't say they were dragged into this, atleast that's not the case for Suzaku, he chose this path on his own.
    As for the resolve, yes each of them must have a resolve. As for happiness/smile I think pretty much Kallen is quaranteed to have a happy ending was it with Lelouch or with his buddies/friends. Suzaku propably won't have a totally happy ending, I think it'll be somewhat stony. As for Lelouch, I'm not entirely sure at all, he'll either get a happy ending while dying/dissappearing or a reset-like ending. And when it comes to C.C, I'm just too afraid to even think about the possibilities ^^


    While I'm thinking about it. Its just a little kalulu thought if you want to call it that. I was just thinking of Suzaku's line to CC in ep 23. Suzaku is the sword, CC is the shield, Kallen is the heart, and Lelouch is the brains. Oh god, with your powers combined..

    That's quite interresting, maybe there'll be some sort of final and they'll "gattai" into a mega-úber-super-lol Mecha and then pwn a zombie Charless or something. But at this point, I can't really see them uniting anymore + one of them is bound to die atleast.

    Anyway, Lelouch gets the love all around. The three people closest and dearest too him in the face of Nunally who at this point in time increasingly appears to be distant from Lelouch. A twist that even Lelouch had not forseen.

    True enaught, Nunaly indeed did shuffle the deck of cards quite well, hopefully she dies in a way or another
  2. Narona
    2008-09-13 22:07
    Narona
    Click on "View Conversation" or reply on my profile, or i won't be able to knwo that you replied

    I must have been bored or something. My mom is in a nursing home recovering from surgery and a stroke and my dad has been with her too most of the past 3 weeks shes been gone. Not to mention I've got girl troubles and all my friends live in different parts of the world. I just wanted to jump in on something that I often think about. You know with my dad and everything. I wasn't sure how the discussion started exactly. But I apologize for sounding like I'm trying to analyze/defend everything. Its just one of my faults I guess.

    Don't be sorry, it was interesting . I yelled to much too at Wita :O I was not in a good mood, so don't be sorry about that. I don't know what to say baout your family. To keep hoping for better days? Hope was the last thing which remained in the pandora box.

    You don't have to agree with me on anything if you don't want to. Thats completely fine. I mean its nice to have deep discussions like this. The world would be pretty boring if everyone just agreed with each other. Or wait on the flip side there would be no conflicts that would make things boring and monontonous, but there would be peace. Ah so many different perspectives and factors. Why do I try and find answers to them? -_- ;-) Anyway about suicide itself I was speaking more in general than anything so there were probably a whole lot of points I missed. Like the ones you brought up. ^^

    Again don't be so upset about the people, at least here on AS.

    Thank you so much you're the first person to post on my page since I joined here. ^^ Here is a question for you. How can you distinguish the act of suicide from self sacrifice?

    What is your definition of "self sacrifice"?
  3. yamibakura
    2008-09-13 04:48
    yamibakura
    Yeah I agree with you there. If you know or think that a person might do something you should do all you can to try and help them. I was just pointing out different focal points between a said person and those around them or looking on from the outside. Yeah can you imagine the guilt of someone(s) who would choose to do nothing? That would be a horrible feeling to endure.

    I think understanding is important for all those involved. It would also help ease the psychological trauma caused by such an event. The blame game is pointless no matter what stage of the game you're at.

    I must have been bored or something. My mom is in a nursing home recovering from surgery and a stroke and my dad has been with her too most of the past 3 weeks shes been gone. Not to mention I've got girl troubles and all my friends live in different parts of the world. I just wanted to jump in on something that I often think about. You know with my dad and everything. I wasn't sure how the discussion started exactly. But I apologize for sounding like I'm trying to analyze/defend everything. Its just one of my faults I guess.

    You don't have to agree with me on anything if you don't want to. Thats completely fine. I mean its nice to have deep discussions like this. The world would be pretty boring if everyone just agreed with each other. Or wait on the flip side there would be no conflicts that would make things boring and monontonous, but there would be peace. Ah so many different perspectives and factors. Why do I try and find answers to them? -_- ;-) Anyway about suicide itself I was speaking more in general than anything so there were probably a whole lot of points I missed. Like the ones you brought up. ^^

    Thank you so much you're the first person to post on my page since I joined here. ^^ Here is a question for you. How can you distinguish the act of suicide from self sacrifice?
  4. Narona
    2008-09-12 12:02
    Narona
    Suicide isn't ever good if in the least it causes pain and suffering to others. Now switching veiw points, would it be better for the said person to live on and suffer? Switching back, 99.9 percent of suicide isn't good. My dad almost did himself in 2 months ago. My mom was sick. Hell in a world of chaos that was going on at the time I kept myself calm and went out to look for him. He almost jumped a bridge. So we found him and hes doing fine now.. If I can make a distiction, I think there are 3 main viewpoints when it comes to suicide. There is the said person, the ones close to the heart and the ones on the outside. To the said person facts are facts and all is left but hopelessness and despair. To the ones close to the heart like family friends etc they likely won't take the act of their loved one killing themself as being selfish. While the ones on the outside would look at the said person from the outside and automatically assume selfishness because they have no real emotional bond to that person. To each person their perception and through that perception, that is their reality. So a person's perspective is in fact their truth. Now another question I shall pose is what is the truth? Being that there is no true black and white in the world, how can we distinguish? I think the best possible course of action would be to live on, but because of the reality of our world I can't say that living in hell is the best option either.

    We're pretty far off topic with this. Maybe I'm encouraging it so if anyone would like to continue this discussion feel free to PM me. I need some people on my page anyways. ^^


    When I say "not a good answer", it means that the person could have been helped. You can help a person, but in the end, it happens that she/he will commit suicide. But at least, some people tried to help him/her. It seems an important factor for many families/persons. "to have at least tried".

    But I don't blame them. Well, one of the first thing I learned when we were talking about that with some specialists was to not just blame them, but to try to understand why they did that. There is no point to blame someone who is already dead by commiting suicide.

    I opened this discussion because a lot of people say "this person was selfish", but in many cases, for instance, this person's family/friends/coworkers etc. could be blamed too.

    For the rest, I mostly agree with you.

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