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gumiberry:

As I feel an intense need to spread TNN and RaphaelxMikael’s love all over the world here is my another rambling on the subject in the form of little survey :31. When I started shipping them2. What I think their challenge is3. What makes me happy about them4. What makes me sad about them5. What moment I wish had never happened6. Who I’d be comfortable them ending up with, if not each other7. My happily ever after for them1. Well, I didn’t even have to start cause it was obvious as hell, when I first saw screenshots from the show, that they are together. As a matter of fact, my first contact with TNN was only through pictures and occasional screenshots from the show, since back then there was virtually no site were you could watch or download the series. But even only with pictures their cuteness managed to steal my heart (I still remember the first picture of them - the one where they are holding hands on bedsheets - that made me melt into a puddle of pure squeal every time I looked at it. And it still does)2. While I’m pretty sure there is no literal obstacle or rival that could pose a possible threat to their relationship I do think that most of their problems could stem from their personalities - mainly on Mikael’s part. It might not be so obvious but their whole relationship basically hangs on Mikael’s ability to see and sense angels, which I think wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that comes from his love and obsession with them. In other words. as long Mikael loves and believes in angels he can produce enough power in himself to see and touch them. But be there something that manages to shake that certainty in him - poof, and he loses it and gets lost. And while we don’t know how other angels may feel about that particular ability of Mikael’s it is quite obvious that it means a hella lot to Raphael so he tries to do everything to keep Mikael being attached to him. It’s not a big deal actually, as it’s obvious that Mikael loves him but the problem lies somewhere else - while Raphael must keep Mikael attached to angels he also doesn’t want him to sacrifice himself for their sake (that is, he doesn’t want Mikael to become one) since we saw what Mikael’s obsession with angels can do to him. So he must always balance that delicate line that keeps Mikael attached to angels enough for them to touch and not strain it too much so that Mikael won’t be trying to become angel himself at any cost. And to do that, I think one thing is required - that Mikael is convinced that he is worthy to be considered an angel in his current form, in others words, Mikael’s self-acceptance. And what a better way to make a person accept himself if not through loving them the way they are? Raphael is Mikael’s lifeline - as long Raphael is with him Mikael has something that keeps him in the present, current state and stops him from basically nuking himself from existence (along with Noelle and Silky). And for Raphael, Mikael is kinda his respite from loneliness and boredom I guess - as long as Mikael’s with him, Raphael can still enjoy life and relive that lost ”human touch”.3. That they’re totally canon and one of the most full-fledged relationships in Tenshi ni Narumon, that they are madly in love with each other (even if one of the participants has some problems with admitting that) and they have the whole eternity for each other 4. That there is virtually no fandom of this pairing (to say nothing of TNN).  The series itself is one of the most original and profound out there, addressing many social (family, gender roles, fatherhood and motherhood, sibling relations), psychological (self-image, personality disorders, insanity) and even metaphysical or philosophical (nature of love, importance of human touch, loneliness, good&evil, importance of life, death, ambition, beauty, perfection, etc) and I dare to say that Raphael and Mikael’s relationship (even if not intentionally) incorporates many of these themes and presents them through the interaction between these two characters in one of the most beautiful ways. 5. Mikael’s freakout and breakdown… was almost painful to watch at some point, but I think it served to show just how much damage can an intense self-denial, self-loathing and obsession cause to an individual (and maybe, that a homosexual relationship is sometimes more healthy that a forced heterosexual one, but that’s just me:P) The screenwriter of the series stated in one interview that the basic message she wanted to convey was that one should live according to one’s desires and she added that it doesn’t have to mean that one needs to become necessarily selfish because of that, but that one shouldn’t deceive oneself and pretend. Being oneself, being true to what one thinks&feels is a lot more rewarding than constantly playing role one not fits in or lying to oneself about one’s true feelings.6. Hard to say cause I can’t really envision them with anyone else besides each other, and not even because their look so sweet and hot together:P There’s also the matter of personalities and… pretty unique circumstances surrounding them.For the start, Raphael is basically dead and can’t interact with humans so that hinders any possible relationship he could have with anyone. If he was a regular human, as he probably was as Fuyuki I imagine him ending up with some girl and building up a happy family with kids in a small, comfy house, somewhere in the countryside maybe (his cohabitation with Mikael kinda gave off that vibe to me). I don’t even count his relationship with his sister, Natsumi, because I think it’d be safe to say that as much as he must have loved her dearly his feelings for her never reached that obsessive level that Natsumi demonstrated. I believe he must have been aware of how his presence in his sister’s life hinders her growing up and stops from creating any other healthy relationships, be it friendship or romantic love (Kai was treated just as a substitute of her brother and all other boys were non-existent at best or stupid perverts at worst) so, at least on symbolic level his death, as painful as it was for her, was kind of necessary for her to let go of that idealization (she and Mikael are pretty similar in this regard - both are idealizing something beyond the rational point and in a result, they allow it to control and consume their whole life).As for Mikael, well, considering how fragile his sense of identity is it’s kinda hard to envision him in any kind of healthy relationship with anyone, be it girl or boy. The problem with him is that, as Raphael described it accurately, Mikael is basically a baby. I doubt any girl would want to stay with a momma’s boy in a long-term relationship. On top of that, he has a tendency to play a role of a kind, chivalrous gentleman so while he might behave courteously on the first contact and continue being so on the superficial level (as indicated by for example, his interaction with Sara), I suspect the moment the girl would want to get closer to him things might go pretty awry. I believe that deep down Mikael doesn’t hold women, or humans in particular in a very high regard - he is either patronizing or contemptuous towards them.He’s just too needy and “bitchy” - a traits that could turn out to be destructive and fatal for relationship if, for example the girl was not strong enough to know how to handle him. Raphael is, so he mostly finds Mikael’s childish side amusing and endearing.7. Them staying together the way they’re now is obviously the best for them. They like yin and yang to each other - remove one from another and the hell will break loose.

It makes me so happy whenever you talk about these two <3

awww, thank you///I’m trying my best:>
although I wish I could see more of others’ views on the subject too

evil-muffins:

gumiberry:

As I feel an intense need to spread TNN and RaphaelxMikael’s love all over the world here is my another rambling on the subject in the form of little survey :3

1. When I started shipping them
2. What I think their challenge is
3. What makes me happy about them
4. What makes me sad about them
5. What moment I wish had never happened
6. Who I’d be comfortable them ending up with, if not each other
7. My happily ever after for them

1. Well, I didn’t even have to start cause it was obvious as hell, when I first saw screenshots from the show, that they are together. As a matter of fact, my first contact with TNN was only through pictures and occasional screenshots from the show, since back then there was virtually no site were you could watch or download the series. But even only with pictures their cuteness managed to steal my heart (I still remember the first picture of them - the one where they are holding hands on bedsheets - that made me melt into a puddle of pure squeal every time I looked at it. And it still does)

2. While I’m pretty sure there is no literal obstacle or rival that could pose a possible threat to their relationship I do think that most of their problems could stem from their personalities - mainly on Mikael’s part. It might not be so obvious but their whole relationship basically hangs on Mikael’s ability to see and sense angels, which I think wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that comes from his love and obsession with them. In other words. as long Mikael loves and believes in angels he can produce enough power in himself to see and touch them. But be there something that manages to shake that certainty in him - poof, and he loses it and gets lost. And while we don’t know how other angels may feel about that particular ability of Mikael’s it is quite obvious that it means a hella lot to Raphael so he tries to do everything to keep Mikael being attached to him. It’s not a big deal actually, as it’s obvious that Mikael loves him but the problem lies somewhere else - while Raphael must keep Mikael attached to angels he also doesn’t want him to sacrifice himself for their sake (that is, he doesn’t want Mikael to become one) since we saw what Mikael’s obsession with angels can do to him. So he must always balance that delicate line that keeps Mikael attached to angels enough for them to touch and not strain it too much so that Mikael won’t be trying to become angel himself at any cost. And to do that, I think one thing is required - that Mikael is convinced that he is worthy to be considered an angel in his current form, in others words, Mikael’s self-acceptance. And what a better way to make a person accept himself if not through loving them the way they are?
Raphael is Mikael’s lifeline - as long Raphael is with him Mikael has something that keeps him in the present, current state and stops him from basically nuking himself from existence (along with Noelle and Silky). And for Raphael, Mikael is kinda his respite from loneliness and boredom I guess - as long as Mikael’s with him, Raphael can still enjoy life and relive that lost ”human touch”.

3. That they’re totally canon and one of the most full-fledged relationships in Tenshi ni Narumon, that they are madly in love with each other (even if one of the participants has some problems with admitting that) and they have the whole eternity for each other

4. That there is virtually no fandom of this pairing (to say nothing of TNN).  The series itself is one of the most original and profound out there, addressing many social (family, gender roles, fatherhood and motherhood, sibling relations), psychological (self-image, personality disorders, insanity) and even metaphysical or philosophical (nature of love, importance of human touch, loneliness, good&evil, importance of life, death, ambition, beauty, perfection, etc) and I dare to say that Raphael and Mikael’s relationship (even if not intentionally) incorporates many of these themes and presents them through the interaction between these two characters in one of the most beautiful ways.

5. Mikael’s freakout and breakdown… was almost painful to watch at some point, but I think it served to show just how much damage can an intense self-denial, self-loathing and obsession cause to an individual (and maybe, that a homosexual relationship is sometimes more healthy that a forced heterosexual one, but that’s just me:P) The screenwriter of the series stated in one interview that the basic message she wanted to convey was that one should live according to one’s desires and she added that it doesn’t have to mean that one needs to become necessarily selfish because of that, but that one shouldn’t deceive oneself and pretend. Being oneself, being true to what one thinks&feels is a lot more rewarding than constantly playing role one not fits in or lying to oneself about one’s true feelings.

6. Hard to say cause I can’t really envision them with anyone else besides each other, and not even because their look so sweet and hot together:P There’s also the matter of personalities and… pretty unique circumstances surrounding them.
For the start, Raphael is basically dead and can’t interact with humans so that hinders any possible relationship he could have with anyone. If he was a regular human, as he probably was as Fuyuki I imagine him ending up with some girl and building up a happy family with kids in a small, comfy house, somewhere in the countryside maybe (his cohabitation with Mikael kinda gave off that vibe to me). I don’t even count his relationship with his sister, Natsumi, because I think it’d be safe to say that as much as he must have loved her dearly his feelings for her never reached that obsessive level that Natsumi demonstrated. I believe he must have been aware of how his presence in his sister’s life hinders her growing up and stops from creating any other healthy relationships, be it friendship or romantic love (Kai was treated just as a substitute of her brother and all other boys were non-existent at best or stupid perverts at worst) so, at least on symbolic level his death, as painful as it was for her, was kind of necessary for her to let go of that idealization (she and Mikael are pretty similar in this regard - both are idealizing something beyond the rational point and in a result, they allow it to control and consume their whole life).
As for Mikael, well, considering how fragile his sense of identity is it’s kinda hard to envision him in any kind of healthy relationship with anyone, be it girl or boy. The problem with him is that, as Raphael described it accurately, Mikael is basically a baby. I doubt any girl would want to stay with a momma’s boy in a long-term relationship. On top of that, he has a tendency to play a role of a kind, chivalrous gentleman so while he might behave courteously on the first contact and continue being so on the superficial level (as indicated by for example, his interaction with Sara), I suspect the moment the girl would want to get closer to him things might go pretty awry. I believe that deep down Mikael doesn’t hold women, or humans in particular in a very high regard - he is either patronizing or contemptuous towards them.
He’s just too needy and “bitchy” - a traits that could turn out to be destructive and fatal for relationship if, for example the girl was not strong enough to know how to handle him. Raphael is, so he mostly finds Mikael’s childish side amusing and endearing.

7. Them staying together the way they’re now is obviously the best for them. They like yin and yang to each other - remove one from another and the hell will break loose.

It makes me so happy whenever you talk about these two <3

awww, thank you///I’m trying my best:>

although I wish I could see more of others’ views on the subject too

Photo 2 Mar 5 notes As I feel an intense need to spread TNN and RaphaelxMikael&#8217;s love all over the world here is my another rambling on the subject in the form of little survey :31. When I started shipping them2. What I think their challenge is3. What makes me happy about them4. What makes me sad about them5. What moment I wish had never happened6. Who I&#8217;d be comfortable them ending up with, if not each other7. My happily ever after for them1. Well, I didn&#8217;t even have to start cause it was obvious as hell, when I first saw screenshots from the show, that they are together. As a matter of fact, my first contact with TNN was only through pictures and occasional screenshots from the show, since back then there was virtually no site were you could watch or download the series. But even only with pictures their cuteness managed to steal my heart (I still remember the first picture of them - the one where they are holding hands on bedsheets - that made me melt into a puddle of pure squeal every time I looked at it. And it still does)2. While I&#8217;m pretty sure there is no literal obstacle or rival that could pose a possible threat to their relationship I do think that most of their problems could stem from their personalities - mainly on Mikael&#8217;s part. It might not be so obvious but their whole relationship basically hangs on Mikael&#8217;s ability to see and sense angels, which I think wouldn&#8217;t be an exaggeration to say that comes from his love and obsession with them. In other words. as long Mikael loves and believes in angels he can produce enough power in himself to see and touch them. But be there something that manages to shake that certainty in him - poof, and he loses it and gets lost. And while we don&#8217;t know how other angels may feel about that particular ability of Mikael&#8217;s it is quite obvious that it means a hella lot to Raphael so he tries to do everything to keep Mikael being attached to him. It&#8217;s not a big deal actually, as it&#8217;s obvious that Mikael loves him but the problem lies somewhere else - while Raphael must keep Mikael attached to angels he also doesn&#8217;t want him to sacrifice himself for their sake (that is, he doesn&#8217;t want Mikael to become one) since we saw what Mikael&#8217;s obsession with angels can do to him. So he must always balance that delicate line that keeps Mikael attached to angels enough for them to touch and not strain it too much so that Mikael won&#8217;t be trying to become angel himself at any cost. And to do that, I think one thing is required - that Mikael is convinced that he is worthy to be considered an angel in his current form, in others words, Mikael&#8217;s self-acceptance. And what a better way to make a person accept himself if not through loving them the way they are? Raphael is Mikael&#8217;s lifeline - as long Raphael is with him Mikael has something that keeps him in the present, current state and stops him from basically nuking himself from existence (along with Noelle and Silky). And for Raphael, Mikael is kinda his respite from loneliness and boredom I guess - as long as Mikael&#8217;s with him, Raphael can still enjoy life and relive that lost &#8221;human touch&#8221;.3. That they&#8217;re totally canon and one of the most full-fledged relationships in Tenshi ni Narumon, that they are madly in love with each other (even if one of the participants has some problems with admitting that) and they have the whole eternity for each other 4. That there is virtually no fandom of this pairing (to say nothing of TNN).  The series itself is one of the most original and profound out there, addressing many social (family, gender roles, fatherhood and motherhood, sibling relations), psychological (self-image, personality disorders, insanity) and even metaphysical or philosophical (nature of love, importance of human touch, loneliness, good&amp;evil, importance of life, death, ambition, beauty, perfection, etc) and I dare to say that Raphael and Mikael&#8217;s relationship (even if not intentionally) incorporates many of these themes and presents them through the interaction between these two characters in one of the most beautiful ways. 5. Mikael&#8217;s freakout and breakdown… was almost painful to watch at some point, but I think it served to show just how much damage can an intense self-denial, self-loathing and obsession cause to an individual (and maybe, that a homosexual relationship is sometimes more healthy that a forced heterosexual one, but that&#8217;s just me:P) The screenwriter of the series stated in one interview that the basic message she wanted to convey was that one should live according to one&#8217;s desires and she added that it doesn&#8217;t have to mean that one needs to become necessarily selfish because of that, but that one shouldn&#8217;t deceive oneself and pretend. Being oneself, being true to what one thinks&amp;feels is a lot more rewarding than constantly playing role one not fits in or lying to oneself about one&#8217;s true feelings.6. Hard to say cause I can&#8217;t really envision them with anyone else besides each other, and not even because their look so sweet and hot together:P There&#8217;s also the matter of personalities and… pretty unique circumstances surrounding them.For the start, Raphael is basically dead and can&#8217;t interact with humans so that hinders any possible relationship he could have with anyone. If he was a regular human, as he probably was as Fuyuki I imagine him ending up with some girl and building up a happy family with kids in a small, comfy house, somewhere in the countryside maybe (his cohabitation with Mikael kinda gave off that vibe to me). I don&#8217;t even count his relationship with his sister, Natsumi, because I think it&#8217;d be safe to say that as much as he must have loved her dearly his feelings for her never reached that obsessive level that Natsumi demonstrated. I believe he must have been aware of how his presence in his sister&#8217;s life hinders her growing up and stops from creating any other healthy relationships, be it friendship or romantic love (Kai was treated just as a substitute of her brother and all other boys were non-existent at best or stupid perverts at worst) so, at least on symbolic level his death, as painful as it was for her, was kind of necessary for her to let go of that idealization (she and Mikael are pretty similar in this regard - both are idealizing something beyond the rational point and in a result, they allow it to control and consume their whole life).As for Mikael, well, considering how fragile his sense of identity is it&#8217;s kinda hard to envision him in any kind of healthy relationship with anyone, be it girl or boy. The problem with him is that, as Raphael described it accurately, Mikael is basically a baby. I doubt any girl would want to stay with a momma&#8217;s boy in a long-term relationship. On top of that, he has a tendency to play a role of a kind, chivalrous gentleman so while he might behave courteously on the first contact and continue being so on the superficial level (as indicated by for example, his interaction with Sara), I suspect the moment the girl would want to get closer to him things might go pretty awry. I believe that deep down Mikael doesn&#8217;t hold women, or humans in particular in a very high regard - he is either patronizing or contemptuous towards them.He&#8217;s just too needy and &#8220;bitchy&#8221; - a traits that could turn out to be destructive and fatal for relationship if, for example the girl was not strong enough to know how to handle him. Raphael is, so he mostly finds Mikael&#8217;s childish side amusing and endearing.7. Them staying together the way they&#8217;re now is obviously the best for them. They like yin and yang to each other - remove one from another and the hell will break loose.

As I feel an intense need to spread TNN and RaphaelxMikael’s love all over the world here is my another rambling on the subject in the form of little survey :3

1. When I started shipping them
2. What I think their challenge is
3. What makes me happy about them
4. What makes me sad about them
5. What moment I wish had never happened
6. Who I’d be comfortable them ending up with, if not each other
7. My happily ever after for them

1. Well, I didn’t even have to start cause it was obvious as hell, when I first saw screenshots from the show, that they are together. As a matter of fact, my first contact with TNN was only through pictures and occasional screenshots from the show, since back then there was virtually no site were you could watch or download the series. But even only with pictures their cuteness managed to steal my heart (I still remember the first picture of them - the one where they are holding hands on bedsheets - that made me melt into a puddle of pure squeal every time I looked at it. And it still does)

2. While I’m pretty sure there is no literal obstacle or rival that could pose a possible threat to their relationship I do think that most of their problems could stem from their personalities - mainly on Mikael’s part. It might not be so obvious but their whole relationship basically hangs on Mikael’s ability to see and sense angels, which I think wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that comes from his love and obsession with them. In other words. as long Mikael loves and believes in angels he can produce enough power in himself to see and touch them. But be there something that manages to shake that certainty in him - poof, and he loses it and gets lost. And while we don’t know how other angels may feel about that particular ability of Mikael’s it is quite obvious that it means a hella lot to Raphael so he tries to do everything to keep Mikael being attached to him. It’s not a big deal actually, as it’s obvious that Mikael loves him but the problem lies somewhere else - while Raphael must keep Mikael attached to angels he also doesn’t want him to sacrifice himself for their sake (that is, he doesn’t want Mikael to become one) since we saw what Mikael’s obsession with angels can do to him. So he must always balance that delicate line that keeps Mikael attached to angels enough for them to touch and not strain it too much so that Mikael won’t be trying to become angel himself at any cost. And to do that, I think one thing is required - that Mikael is convinced that he is worthy to be considered an angel in his current form, in others words, Mikael’s self-acceptance. And what a better way to make a person accept himself if not through loving them the way they are?
Raphael is Mikael’s lifeline - as long Raphael is with him Mikael has something that keeps him in the present, current state and stops him from basically nuking himself from existence (along with Noelle and Silky). And for Raphael, Mikael is kinda his respite from loneliness and boredom I guess - as long as Mikael’s with him, Raphael can still enjoy life and relive that lost ”human touch”.

3. That they’re totally canon and one of the most full-fledged relationships in Tenshi ni Narumon, that they are madly in love with each other (even if one of the participants has some problems with admitting that) and they have the whole eternity for each other

4. That there is virtually no fandom of this pairing (to say nothing of TNN).  The series itself is one of the most original and profound out there, addressing many social (family, gender roles, fatherhood and motherhood, sibling relations), psychological (self-image, personality disorders, insanity) and even metaphysical or philosophical (nature of love, importance of human touch, loneliness, good&evil, importance of life, death, ambition, beauty, perfection, etc) and I dare to say that Raphael and Mikael’s relationship (even if not intentionally) incorporates many of these themes and presents them through the interaction between these two characters in one of the most beautiful ways.

5. Mikael’s freakout and breakdown… was almost painful to watch at some point, but I think it served to show just how much damage can an intense self-denial, self-loathing and obsession cause to an individual (and maybe, that a homosexual relationship is sometimes more healthy that a forced heterosexual one, but that’s just me:P) The screenwriter of the series stated in one interview that the basic message she wanted to convey was that one should live according to one’s desires and she added that it doesn’t have to mean that one needs to become necessarily selfish because of that, but that one shouldn’t deceive oneself and pretend. Being oneself, being true to what one thinks&feels is a lot more rewarding than constantly playing role one not fits in or lying to oneself about one’s true feelings.

6. Hard to say cause I can’t really envision them with anyone else besides each other, and not even because their look so sweet and hot together:P There’s also the matter of personalities and… pretty unique circumstances surrounding them.
For the start, Raphael is basically dead and can’t interact with humans so that hinders any possible relationship he could have with anyone. If he was a regular human, as he probably was as Fuyuki I imagine him ending up with some girl and building up a happy family with kids in a small, comfy house, somewhere in the countryside maybe (his cohabitation with Mikael kinda gave off that vibe to me). I don’t even count his relationship with his sister, Natsumi, because I think it’d be safe to say that as much as he must have loved her dearly his feelings for her never reached that obsessive level that Natsumi demonstrated. I believe he must have been aware of how his presence in his sister’s life hinders her growing up and stops from creating any other healthy relationships, be it friendship or romantic love (Kai was treated just as a substitute of her brother and all other boys were non-existent at best or stupid perverts at worst) so, at least on symbolic level his death, as painful as it was for her, was kind of necessary for her to let go of that idealization (she and Mikael are pretty similar in this regard - both are idealizing something beyond the rational point and in a result, they allow it to control and consume their whole life).
As for Mikael, well, considering how fragile his sense of identity is it’s kinda hard to envision him in any kind of healthy relationship with anyone, be it girl or boy. The problem with him is that, as Raphael described it accurately, Mikael is basically a baby. I doubt any girl would want to stay with a momma’s boy in a long-term relationship. On top of that, he has a tendency to play a role of a kind, chivalrous gentleman so while he might behave courteously on the first contact and continue being so on the superficial level (as indicated by for example, his interaction with Sara), I suspect the moment the girl would want to get closer to him things might go pretty awry. I believe that deep down Mikael doesn’t hold women, or humans in particular in a very high regard - he is either patronizing or contemptuous towards them.
He’s just too needy and “bitchy” - a traits that could turn out to be destructive and fatal for relationship if, for example the girl was not strong enough to know how to handle him. Raphael is, so he mostly finds Mikael’s childish side amusing and endearing.

7. Them staying together the way they’re now is obviously the best for them. They like yin and yang to each other - remove one from another and the hell will break loose.

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Sisters, not by blood, but by bond.

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