One Piece is not animation but art

Joannie 2022-10-10 10:47:27

In fact, when it comes to pirates, I don’t know how many people are like me. There are too many joys and emotions that can’t be expressed.

Pirates teach us to learn to be happy: life is unsatisfactory, nine times out of ten. But when I look at pirates, We are always moved by the optimism of the characters in the animation. And we are also slowly standing up from depression and loss without knowing it.

Pirates explain friendship for us: in fact, friends are very important, but people become friends with each other. It's difficult. Because everyone is a different individual, has different thoughts, and is in a different position. Friends are built on the basis of trust. Pirates let us fully appreciate this. They can not hesitate They entrust their lives to their partners; they can fight desperately for their partners.

Pirates analyze dreams for us: everyone has dreams, but the ugliness of reality makes us gradually forget the most sincere dreams. With pirates, we can find the feeling of chasing dreams like them. Although everything just immerses us in the virtual world, the emotions we get from it are real.

Pirates teach us to learn to be strong: unimaginable, A character who stands in front of the enemy, only bragging and trembling, can win by virtue of his potential - Usopp. In fact, he has become a brave sea warrior without knowing it.

Pirates gave us Laughter, tears, indescribable...

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One Piece quotes

  • Monkey D. Luffy: [about Nami possibly being trapped on a forbidden island] Look at it this way: if he really is omnipotent he'd know he'd go rescue her. So, if he didn't want us to go he'd send her back, which mean he really *does* want us to go!

  • [repeated line]

    Sanji: That's no way to treat a lady!