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I Remember You in Chateaus of Toulouse [AkaFuri]There are many ways that Akashi Seijuuro discerns the world in accordance with his feelings.
The first is for the things that he's deemed average, perfunctory, and very much ordinary. The world is brimming with these things: cooked rice, math problems, crowded streets, warm-ups at practice.
These are the things that Akashi deals with normally; without question nor inquiry. He simply accepts them as they are, plastered smiles and all, lips mouthing neither a bother nor a complaint. The boy is smart enough to understand. These are what he considers a reality.
(To be honest, for the most part, he actually finds it quite boring. But such is the fate of human nature, Akashi thinks. Isn't that why people always seek thrill? Or search for adventure? So often does man romanticize the possibility of a future, brighter and unlike any other, that he often falls short of being able to live, truly live, in the glory of the present. It is his flaw, his weakness. He is always at a loss,