Date: 2014-06-12 04:24 am (UTC)
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You know, I had never considered Tobari being a negative influence on Miharu's life before. Now that I think about it, Tobari's 'why must you be indifferent to me' could be directly related to Tobari trying to leverage himself into a position where he could exert his own morals over Miharu's. If that is the case, it is no wonder Miharu took off the first chance he got.

Case in point. Tobari believed wholeheartedly that any use of the shinrabanshou was fundamentally wrong. Given that premise, he didn't want Miharu to know that his life was saved by such a use, because the act itself was wrong. However, that is according to Tobari's morals. Would Miharu, especially the Miharu ready and willing to use the shinrabanshou for Yoite, consider his mother saving his life as fundamentally wrong, an event that should have never happened. I don't think he would. Tobari withheld that information based on his own negative feelings towards the event. His thought was 'Miharu shouldn't be alive.' I don't think Miharu would have agreed with him. Miharu's thought would probably have been 'my mother saved my life,' rather than 'I shouldn't be alive.'

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