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Akka posted 07 November 2007 in The Thousandfold ThoughtAkka by Callan S., Auditor

That's because their love is beyond all the things that are happening, connected right at that spiritual plane Kellhus describes at one point. They can't see the immensity of their love for each other, because the only means to see it are though non immense, utterly mundane things. They are beyond those things, yet through those things are the only way to see each other, their true love. They are blind to each others presense, because their love is so strong it's beyond sight and vision.

Eh, that's how I see it. I see it that that scene at the end, it was just them - they were above all that happened there. view post


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