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Old 2011-10-19, 01:01   Link #1
aikken
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lesson animes

Hi im looking for anime that teaches you lesson in life. Like theme/moral of story.
Genre such as romance, school life.

thank youuu

examples of some lessons.
-how important family is
-dont give up
ect....

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Old 2011-10-19, 01:08   Link #2
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Look rather for anime that displays life in an insightful way. You don't really want your entertainment to be so ponderously inept as to "teach lessons" ...I hope?
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Old 2011-10-19, 01:09   Link #3
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Look rather for anime that displays life in an insightful way. You don't really want your entertainment to be so ponderously inept as to "teach lessons" ...I hope?
yeah, sorry for my wordings >.<
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Old 2011-10-19, 01:20   Link #4
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Kare Kano
Nodame Cantabile
Whisper of the Heart
Haibane Renmei
xxxHOLiC - I suppose this one in particular emphasizes that people with bad personal or social habits... will be afflicted by supernatural ills, lol
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Old 2011-10-19, 01:29   Link #5
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Now and Then, Here and There -> Teaches you to never give up, no matter how bad life seems.
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Old 2011-10-19, 02:37   Link #6
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Summer Wars The old-fashioned social network saves the country(and the world). Also, never turn your back on family. Hanafuda is Serious Business.

The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya Don't be a bystander, take an active part in things. Also, hanging out with aliens, time travellers and espers is cool.

K-ON Tea and cake solves almost anything.
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Old 2011-10-19, 02:58   Link #7
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Gintama- Funny as hell, jokes are sometimes disgusting......still funny as hell though, But they almost always end eps with Valuble life lesson settings and speeches
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Old 2011-10-19, 08:37   Link #8
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Air teaches how life can be very unfair and how much family love is needed

Angel Beats, same things though it also tells you to never give up and follow your dream till the end.

Aoi Bungaku series are set of small stories with bad endings but all of them have some moral behind.

Bakuman is about two highschool students who are determined to achive their dream and becoma a manga artist.

GTO is all about life lessons though Onizuka tends to solve them in weird but effective way

Kanon (2006) is mostly about never giving up despite how bad things might seem

Rainbow: Nisha Rokubou no Shichinin
series are about constant struggles, never giving up and many other themes.
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Old 2011-10-19, 12:11   Link #9
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Clannad(both seasons) - IMO the best choice.
Air
Kanon
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Old 2011-10-19, 13:55   Link #10
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Mawaru Penguindrum.
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Old 2011-10-19, 16:02   Link #11
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My first recommendation would be Miyazaki's Mononoke Hime; no easy answers about the clash between nature and progress in this show.

For a more preachy environmentalist show, you could try Earth Girl Arjuna.

Kemono no Sou-ja Erin has a variety of lessons about solid values like friendship, loyalty and the like. Dennou Coil teaches us about death and acceptance.
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Old 2011-10-19, 17:51   Link #12
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I would guess that all anime come with some sort of "lesson" or some hidden message. Except for those mindless fanservice animes....
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Old 2011-10-19, 22:11   Link #13
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thankss everyone imma check every one of them
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Old 2011-10-20, 00:07   Link #14
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Clannad(both seasons) - IMO the best choice.
Air
Kanon
I can see someone is addicted to Kyoto Animation.
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Old 2011-10-20, 19:01   Link #15
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Gonna be the odd man and say ARIA
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Old 2011-10-20, 23:34   Link #16
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Kino's Journey (Kino no Tabi). Just watch it.

Also seconding Aria.
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Old 2011-10-21, 11:17   Link #17
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Summer Wars The old-fashioned social network saves the country(and the world). Also, never turn your back on family. Hanafuda is Serious Business.

The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya Don't be a bystander, take an active part in things. Also, hanging out with aliens, time travellers and espers is cool.

K-ON Tea and cake solves almost anything.
If he hasn't watched the whole Haruhi's series, i'd suggest you avoid the movie, otherwise you might not understand 98% of things happening around. For instance, the movie is something that chronologically comes after the two seasons, and relates to every past episode.

However, the whole Haruhi's series do not quite fit your requirements, even tho it might give you some new points of view. The movie instead kinda teaches something, but once again, you'd have to watch 28 episodes (otherwise you wouldn't quite get the relations between each character) that do not quite fit your requirements. If you have the patience and the time, then you should definitely work your way out to the movie, imo, watching all the episodes and then the movie. The movie is like the orgasm coming after 10 hours of fucking: you won't be disappointed.
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Old 2011-10-21, 12:07   Link #18
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^Nah, one season and 1st episode of season 2 should be more than enough. At least it fully worked for me.

1st season is needed to get to know the characters and first episode of season 2 is needed because send hald of the movie evolves around it a lot. Never watched the rest of season two and don't think I have missed anything in the movie.
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Old 2011-10-21, 12:32   Link #19
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you missed the endless eight
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Old 2011-10-21, 13:16   Link #20
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Don't really know how 8 episodes on a loop will add anything to a movie story. Considering thaht so many Haruhi fans hate those episodes, I as Haruhi hater don't really see myself liking those either =/

I don't really know what those 8 episodes cover but for me those 14 episodes were enough to understand the movie and its main trigger.
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