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  • Something to tell the world!

    Love doesn’t need to be perfect, it just needs to be true!

    How difficult it is to love. I don't know what kind of life you live, I have absolutely no love for the country where I was born and raised. even loving someone is difficult. my parents and the Japanese education system failed me. So I don’t mind if you laugh at me, because I no longer have any expectations of Japanese society. life is complicated. I wonder what I can do to make things better. It's hard with all the things going on, but I will never give up! I still got a couple of motherfuckers to prove wrong! Don’t be a fucking asshole!

  • I wish people knew more about...

    There are two types of pain in this world. Pain that hurts you, and pain that changes you. I don’t need to take anger management classes. I just need people to stop fucking pissing me off ! I can be a kind person with a good heart and still tell people to fuck off when needed!

  • Cities and countries I have visited

    United States of America
    Seattle, San Francisco, New York,

    You might not care about this but I’ll tell you anyway.
    I actually lived in the States for about 4 years. I was a student . At the school, I had amazing teachers and I remember it being the first time I found learning fun. The only people who prayed for my success and future at the time were those teachers.

  • Favourite books/authors/films

    My favorite movie
    The Crow (Release date: May 13, 1994 , 102 minutes, United States)
    Queen of the Damned (Release date: February 22, 2002, 101 minutes, United States)
    Phone Booth (Release date: April 4, 2003, 81 minutes, United States)
    The Devil's Violinist (Release date: October 31, 2013, 122 minutes, Germany, Italy)

  • My feeling about the future

    Sometimes I just need to sit down, blast my favorite music, and not give a fuck about the world for awhile. I believe that happiness is everywhere in every day normal life if I look for it. When I die, I don’t want anyone at my funeral. I will come visit you!

  • 10 years from now

    Meet someone I was meant to be with, we ran away together.

    By that time, I had already acquired U.S. citizenship, and I was happy and joyful in my happy life with my loved one. Everything will work out in the end. I don’t need to know how. I just have to trust that it will.

  • Life regrets

    I've forgotten most of my English, haven't I?
    Life is too short to live with regrets. So love the people who treat you right, and forget the ones who don’t!

  • My interests in other cultures

    I am interested in the Catholic world! I have only one relative who talks about God with great enthusiasm, and as a child I often listened to her, wondering about the existence of God.

    There is an end to learning, but there is no end to faith. I believe that we should face God slowly over a lifetime. God will be with us until the day the world ends. It's not really important information, there are 961 Catholic churches in Japan, but most of them are Buddhist and Shinto, and only 1.5% of the total population is Christian, which is very precious!

  • Childhood pleasures

    That I had a grandfather and a grandmother. This is what I call a loved memory. They left me with wonderful treasures.
    Grandmother was the one who loved, encouraged, and supported me as a child. I have nothing but gratitude for my grandmother. I can only thank my grandfather for the memories he left me with as a child.

  • My parents and me

    My parents and I have nothing in common.
    I am so different from my parents in the way I think and live. We are travelers who began our journey alone when we were born into this world. It is our destiny to be born alone and die alone.

  • Living abroad for one year

    I escape to the United States, which taught me the importance of having dreams and hopes.

  • A personal challenge

    When I was young, I ran away and lived in the U.S. with all my money, over the objections of my parents. I tried my best to survive, didn't I?

  • As a child, I wish...

    If I could have been born and raised in the United States, a different story might have been told. Why did God not allow this?


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