Thursday, March 23, 2017

[BUMP OF CHICKEN] firefly 가사

蛍みたいな欲望が ハートから抜け出して
호타루 미타이나 요쿠보-가 하-토카라 누케다시테
반딧불 같은 욕망이 심장에서 빠져 나와서
逃げるように飛び始めたものが 夢になった
니게루요-니 토비 하지메타 모노가 유메니 낫-타
도망치듯이 날기 시작했던 것이 꿈이 되었어

当然捕まえようとして 届きそうで届かなくて
도-젠- 쯔카마에요-토 시떼 토도키소-데 토도카 나쿠테
당연히 잡으려고 하니, 닿을 듯 해도 닿지 않아서
追いかけていたら 物語になった
오이카케떼 이타라 모노가타리니 낫-타
쫓아가고 있었더니, 이야기가 되었어

色んな場面を忘れていく
이론-나 바멘-오 와스레떼 이쿠
이야기의 다양한 장면을 잊으면서 나아가

笑って泣いた頃もあって そうでもない今もあって
와랏-떼 나이타 코로모 앗-떼 소-데모 나이 이마모 앗-떼
웃으며 울었던 시절도 있고, 그렇지 않은 지금도 있고
どっちでもいいけど どっちでも追いかけていた
돗-치데모 이이케도 돗-치데모 오이카케떼 이타
어느 쪽이든 괜찮지만, 그 모두를 쫓고 있었어

分かれ道もたくさんあって 真っ暗に囲まれて
와카레 미치모 타쿠상- 앗-떼 막-쿠로니 카코마레떼
갈라진 길도 많이 거치고, 새까만 어둠에 둘러 쌓이기도 하며
微かな金色に 必死でついて行った
카스카나 킹-이로니 힛-시데 쯔이테 잇-타
가물거리는 황금빛을 필사적으로 쫓아 갔어

いつの間にか見えなくなっても 行方探している
이쯔노마니카 미에나쿠 낫-테도 유쿠에 사가시떼 이루
어느덧 보이지 않게 되더라도, 행방을 찾고 있어
命の仕掛けは それでも全部
이노치노 시카케와 소레데모 젬-부
생명의 장치는 그럼에도 모두
               (*시카케-장치 뜻이 명확하지 않습니다.)

色々と難しくて 続ける事以外で
이로이로또 무즈카시쿠떼 츠즈케루 코토 이가이데
여러가지로 어려워서, 계속하는 것 이외에
生きている事 確かめられない
이키떼이루 코토 타시카메라레나이
살아 있다는 것을 확실하게 할 수 없어
報われないままでも 感じなくなっても
모쿠와레나이 마마데모 칸-지나쿠낫-데모
보답받지 못한 채이더라도, 느끼지 못하게 되더라도
決して消えない 光を知ってる
케시떼 키에나이 히카리오 싯-떼루
결코 사라지지 않는 빛을 알고 있어

諦めなければきっとって どこかで聞いた通りに
아키라메 나케레바 킷-톳-테  도코카데 키이타 토오리니
포기하지 않으면 분명─이라고, 어딘가에서 들은 길로
続けていたら やめなきゃいけない時がきた
츠즈케떼 이타라 야메나캬 이케나이 토키가 키타
계속하고 있으니, 그만두어야만 하는 때가 왔어

頑張ってどうにかしようとして 頑張りの関係ない事感で
감밧-떼 도-니카 시요-또 시떼 감-바리노 칸-케나이 지다이데
힘내서 어떻게든 하려고 해도, 끝까지 견디는 것과는 관계없다는 느낌이 들어
ふと呼吸鼓動の 意味を考えた
후토 코큐-고도-노 이미오 캉-가에타
문득 고동치는 호흡의 의미를 생각했어

解らない事ばかりの中 唯一解っていた
와카라나이 코토바카리노 나카 유이이쯔 와캇-테이타
모르는 것밖에 없는 가운데 유일하게 알고 있었어
大切なものが あぁ
다이세쯔나 모노가 아-
소중한 것만은

一人だけの痛みに耐えて 壊われてもちゃんと立って
히토리다케노 이타미니 타에떼 코와레떼모 챤-토 탓-테
혼자만의 아픔에 견디며, 부서져도 반듯하게 서서
諦めた事 黄金の覚悟
아키라메타 코토 오-곤-노 카쿠고
포기했던 것, 금빛의 각오
まだ胸は苦しくて 体だけで精一杯
마다 무네와 쿠루시쿠떼 카라다케데 세-입-빠이
아직 가슴은 고통스러워서, 몸만이라도 있는 힘껏 하니
それほど綺麗な 光に会えた
소레호도 키레이나 히카리니 아에타
그만큼 아름다운 빛을 만날 수 있었어

物語はまだ終わらない 残酷でもただ進んでいく
모노가타리와 마다 오와라나이 잔-코쿠데모 타다 스슨-데 이쿠
이야기는 아직 끝나지 않아 잔혹해도 그저 나아가고 있어
おいてけぼりの空っぽを主役にしたまま 次のページへ
오이데케보리노 카랏-뽀오 슈야쿠니시타 마마 츠기노 페-지에
내버려 둔 공허를 주인공으로 삼은 채 다음 페이지로


色んな場面を忘れていく
이론-나 바멘-오 와스레떼 이쿠
이야기의 다양한 장면을 잊으면서 나아가
命の仕掛けは わずかで全部
이노치노 시카게와 와즈카데 젬-부
생명의 장치는 사소하게 모두를

色々と難しくて 続ける事以外で
이로이로또 무츠카시쿠떼 츠즈케루코토 이가이데
여러가지로 어려워서, 계속하는 것 이외에
生きている事 確かめられない
이키떼이루 코토 타시카메라레나이
살아 있다는 것을 확실하게 할 수 없어
報われないままでも 感じなくなっても
모쿠와레나이 마마데모 칸-지나쿠낫-데모
보답받지 못한 채이더라도, 느끼지 못하게 되더라도
決して消えない 光を知ってる
케시떼 키에나이 히카리오 싯-떼루
결코 사라지지 않는 빛을 알고 있어

一人だけの痛みに耐えて 壊われてもちゃんと立って
히토리다케노 이타미니 타에떼 코와레떼모 챤-토 탓-테
혼자만의 아픔에 견디며, 부서져도 반듯하게 서서
諦めた事 黄金の覚悟
아키라메타 코토 오-곤-노 카쿠고
포기했던 것, 금빛의 각오
今どこかを飛ぶ あの憧れと
이마도코카오 토부 아노 아코가레토
지금 어딘가를 날고 있는 저 동경과
同じ色に 傷は輝く
오나지이로니 키즈와 카가야쿠
같은 빛깔로 상처는 빛나


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오타/오역이 있을 경우 댓글로 남겨주세요.










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*9번째 문단

    頑張ってどうにかしようとして 頑張りの関係ない事感じて

여기에서 「事感じて」부분 독음이 "코토 칸-지떼"가 아닌 것 같아요.
事를 "지"라고 발음하고, 感じて를 "○○데"라고  하는 것 같은데 정확히 모르겠어요; 혹시 아시는 분 알려주시길 바라요.

+ 또 「黄色」이 단어, "키이로"도 아니고 "코-쇼쿠"도 아니고 "오-쇼쿠"도 아닌 것 같아요.
오-코? 라고 하는 것 같은데, 이것도 혹시 아시는 분 알려주시길 바라요.

--( * 수정했습니다. * )--

비둘기 2012.09.27 13:21
実感이 아니라 事態에요~ 그래서 뒤에 글자가 데로 끝나는 거에요~^^
그리고 밑에 물으신 단어 黄色이 아니고 黃金에요~ 황금이요~^^

도움이 되셨으면 좋겠네요~^^
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우시로 2012.10.02 19:44
비둘기님/ 알려주셔서 감사합니다 ^_^*
수정했어요!

http://jieumai.com/xe/index.php?mid=lyrics&page=40&order_type=asc&document_srl=592125


Saturday, March 18, 2017

proof nadal fans have organization to leave hate comments on other players and spread lies for nadal

ramos lopez
ramos lopez1시간 전
the fact that we would rather have djokovic win indian wells than federer just says something,unlike nadal or even murray federer is a boring old man now and we have seen it all.Please could grandpa fed just do us all a favour and fuck off
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 ooo
ooo시간 전
Who is 'we'? Is there a whole community of you sad people?
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 Steven Stalder
Steven Stalder1시간 전
jealous?
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 cobraRF
cobraRF1시간 전
HAHAHAHAHA IDIOT HAHAHAHAHAHAHA ROGER IS ThE SUPER STAR OF TENNIS , THE BEST !
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 Anurag Sharma
Anurag Sharma1시간 전
ramos lopez  Lol !  Now djoko fans understood dat he can't beat Roger wid dis kind of form, they started begging fed for favours !
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 xThe Snow
xThe Snow1시간 전
ramos lopez Not nice words, in fact that  He is maybe the greatest  Player of the open era
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 Thang Vuong
Thang Vuong1시간 전
ramos lopez Someone wants attention.
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 TheMHCuber
TheMHCuber1시간 전
Your just acting all cocky because Djokovic isn't in prime peak right now. You can just keep ur fucking thoughts to yourself ok and don't classify as "we" because not even your parents would back a nasty arrogant turd.
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 Siddhardha Mohan Sakhamuri
Siddhardha Mohan Sakhamuri1시간 전
+ramos lopez I hear Djokovic is back home seeing his doctor now, you should see one too!
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 Donkey Kong
Donkey Kong1시간 전
ramos lopez I AGREE! I felt bad for him when he was sick,now not so much. go away roger,has been. Such a boring outcome for indian wells,very anti climatic! If nole or rafa or thiem made it threw we would have a much more exciting highlight reel
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 Donkey Kong
Donkey Kong1시간 전
Jesus Christ is there a whole community who find roger boring? yes! me included! Roger is dull! THANK THE TENNIS GODS! FOR RAFA & NOVAK COULD U IMAGINE HOW BORING TENNIS WOULD BE WITHOUT THEM? Roger needs to retire,much more exciting matchups on the horriorzon
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 Kishnabe PSVita
Kishnabe PSVita57분 전
Sure the guy who relies on UE, and had no balls against Kyrgios is the exciting one....
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 Donkey Kong
Donkey Kong57분 전
ramos lopez As a kid growing up all i saw was fed win everything! untill finally rafa showed up & years later nole came. Roger with his anti climatic tennis bores me to death,Rafa & nole is like watching braveheart or gladiator. Ive been sick of roger since 2003!!!!!
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 JONDO E297
JONDO E29756분 전
Ok.. Now you and your fantastic friends go cry at you room.. Pathetic idiot..
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 TheMHCuber
TheMHCuber53분 전
Donkey Kong Holy shit your back again, First of all, your English is terrible. Your about page says "good vibes". Your here on a video of the highlights of Roger Federer, so far being undefeated in the fifth biggest tournament in the world. In this tournament he's beaten Rafael Nadal, and Djokovic on the other hand lost to Nick Kyrgios for the 2ND Week in a Row (2nd week in a row as well losing straight sets to Kyrgios). Your "Good Vibe" attitude is nothing but bullshit. You sit on your fat ass on YouTube and all you do is criticize the best tennis player in the world and Federer is probably at his peak right now and it looks like he's playing some of his best tennis. You can't do anything to change tennis. You can't do anything to change Federer. For you and all the cocky haters, your just a bunch of sooks who can't get their own way after a Tennis player loses a match. Bloody hell I've never seen a bunch of fucking wingers that go onto every video that Federer wins and Fucking COMPLAINS.
자세히 보기
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 polychronio
polychronio11분 전
this show how nadal fans are retarded lol...nadal is boring extreme defensive endurance game inferior athlete who rely on moonballing and opponents errors....nadull anti tennis doper shit need to be ban from tennis...nobody want to see boring defensive shit robotic nadal tennis....we=devil nadal fan organization who leave hate comments on other players and spread lies about federer for nadal....
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 Shashank Udupa
Shashank Udupa3분 전하이라이트 답글
TheMHCuber Lol that was way too funny.. Well said mate..
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOwAN9DJsGo&t=0s

nadal fans attack and hate federer viciously and coward people are fear and don't attack rather attack other irrelevant players and other fans

Donkey Kong 
THIS IS BEYOND BORING,AN ALL SWISS FINAL! ROGER GO AWAY! ITS LIKE WATCHING THE SAME MOVIE OVER & OVER AGAIN! GO AWAY! GO NOLE,VAMOS RAFA,GO NEW SLAM CHAMP, BOOOOOOOO ROGER
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Rellikkk 
Donkey Kong stfu retard murray fan


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOwAN9DJsGo&t=0s

Thursday, March 16, 2017

north africans are mediterranean. ethiopians are mediterranean.

QueenOfSheba - 
North-Africans like me are Mediterranean you idiot!
Liban 
Why is your name Queen of Sheba if you claim North African. lol
QueenOfSheba - 
QueenOfSheba -1시간 전하이라이트 답글
Because Moroccan Berbers (y-dna E-M81) are Hamites originally from Ethiopia.

arrogant nadal yet again gives excuse and bitter loser in defeat

ROGER FEDERER CREDITS SWITCH TO BIGGER RACQUET FOR IMPROVED BACKHAND

by: KAMAKSHI TANDON March 16, 2017

Roger Federer says his switch to a bigger racquet is helping his backhand.

Federer appears to be going for more off his one-hander, particularly in his back-to-back meetings with Rafael Nadal, having more success with the shot than in previous encounters with the Spaniard.

Federer switched to a 97 square-inch frame in 2014, which he describes as more powerful, but also tougher to control.

"I think the backhand has gotten better because I have been able to put in so many hours onto the racquet now," he told reporters following his fourth-round win at Indian Wells. "And since this year, I feel super comfortable with the racquet, and I think I have gained confidence stepping into it.

"I think it was the work that I had in [the offseason]. You never play 10 backhand-to-backhand shots, but in practice you practice those a ton and eventually they are ingrained in the system. You need good footwork, because if the footwork is not good, you won't be on top of the ball."

The change also helps him hit more topspin backhand returns, he added, which has helped him take charge of more points when the left-handed Nadal is serving to that side. Federer has won both his meetings with Nadal this season, and all three since switching to a bigger racquet, though Nadal has won a significant majority of their encounters.


Nadal said that had not altered the way the two play each other, attributing his two-set defeat partly to his own lack of performance.

"It was obvious that I didn't have the right answer for his returns,” he said. “I needed to neutralize the points. I needed to neutralize his first two balls, and I didn't. I didn't play my best match."

Federer is also getting more used to the new approach. In the past, he found that his backhand led to too many errors.


"I think all my coaches through my career have told me to go more for the backhand," he said. "Maybe deep down I didn't believe I had it in the most important moments. But I think that's changing little by little, which I'm very happy about."

Federer, who is returning from a knee injury, is No. 10 in the rankings.



http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2017/03/roger-federer-racquet-change-backhand-rafael-nadal-indian-wells/64840/


Wednesday, March 15, 2017

many japanese girls are sexually corrupt

Misaka Mikoto 
Oh Japanese women aren't conservative at all lol.
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polychronio 
can u explain?!? i do think so too that japanese girls are very open to spending time with boys they meet first time....its very general....
Misaka Mikoto 
Misaka Mikoto18분 전(수정됨)하이라이트 답글
Japanese women are quite open to spending time with boys they meet for the first time, and depending on how much of a good time they have they are also pretty willing to go to a hotel with boys they meet for the first time.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

getting rid of scrupulous about blasphemy

Why let worry rule your life?

30 November, 1999

John Horan SDB advises people to try to become aware of the ingrained habits of mind which may turn life into a constant source of worry. The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven. (John Milton) A certain amount of worry is normal and […]
John Horan SDB advises people to try to become aware of the ingrained habits of mind which may turn life into a constant source of worry.

The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven. (John Milton)
A certain amount of worry is normal and natural. Everybody, unless they are in a state of denial or some kind of comatose existence, worries from time to time. The responsibilities of self, family and work bring a certain amount of worry, which can become quite intense at times.
Worry is a preoccupation with harmful things that may happen to us or those close to us. We may worry that we’ll be embarrassed, inconvenienced, suffer pain or experience loss. Worry may even manifest itself as a vague, seemingly unending fear that something terrible is going to happen. We worry because we are vulnerable, fragile and mortal, and because death is always a possibility.
Reality test
Worry has a myriad of faces and, if we are not mindful, it can take over our lives. Imagination tinged with fear can litter our internal landscape with endless dire possibilities. That is why it is important to talk with somebody about our worries, to do a reality test with a friend. They can help us see our erroneous thinking patterns and discern what is fact from what is a product of our imaginations. Otherwise we risk allowing worry to gnaw away at our peace of mind or dictate our actions. It is important also to learn to let go of situations over which we have no control. Otherwise we worry without any hope of resolution. As an old adage says: It ain’t no use putting up your umbrella till it rains. But some of us keep our “worry umbrellas” open all the time. We think that if we obsess about a problem that we are dealing with it. But worry affects practically every system in our bodies. It elevates stress levels which can, among other things, alter blood pressure, trigger increased stomach acid, affect eating patterns, cause muscle tension, headaches and backaches.
If anxiety preoccupies a goodly part of our thinking it is time to take stock and examine our worry patterns. Anxiety is defined as a restless, uneasy feeling, often in relation to some indefinite but anticipated difficulty. Thus if worry is chronic, becomes obsessive, turns into anxiety or panic, we may need professional help to deal with it. As human beings we are very complex and it is not easy to get to the root of some of our deeper mental and emotional patterns on our own.
However, most of our worrying may simply be due to ingrained habits and a lack of awareness as to what is going on in our minds. At times simply becoming aware that we are worrying, even without doing anything to alter it, may be enough to interrupt the automatic cycle of repetitive thoughts. Prayer and Rosary can also help to break the worry chain by changing the focus of our attention.
Need to controlWorrying is like a rocking chair, it gives you something to do, but it doesn’t get you anywhere. (Author unknown)
Our ego likes to be in control. But one of the most obvious things about life is that we do not have absolute control. Life is messy. Events and people sometimes shatter our tidy kingdoms or bless us with outrageous good fortune. Those who love us love us freely, while others may not love us at all, no matter what we do. We cannot control the gift. Whether we are healthy or not probably depends to a large extent on our genes. Our monetary investments depend on world markets. If the stock markets collapse we could become paupers overnight. If we had control over these things, there would be no need to worry. Yet paradoxically, it is letting go of our need to control that eases our worries.
Most of the time when we worry, we are living in the future, constantly preoccupied by the “what ifs” of life. Yet as Winston Churchill, who was quite a worrier, said: ‘When I look back on all these worries, I remember the story of the old man who said on his death bed that he had a lot of troubles in his life, most of which had never happened’.
We also worry about past events and actions, things done, things not done, whether by us or by others. Our looking back can become a habit that keeps us caught up in guilt or shame. Our scruples about being less than perfect can lead to obsessive worry about sin, the brokenness of our nature, and a ‘tyrant God’ created by our worrisome human mind.
Looking ahead or looking back in and of itself is not what is in question. Examination of our past can lead to insight and change. Visualising the future can lead to our dreams becoming realities. But worry prevents us from risking and therefore from fulfilling the great potential which lies dormant within us. Psychologists tell us ninety percent of our potential lies dormant, capped, to a large extent, by our fear and “what ifs”. Once our imaginations run riot, what we fear grows into gigantic proportions and starts to control us. Thus when we get stuck in the past or constantly greet the future with dread, worry is eating away at our ability to enjoy life in the present. Do not worry about tomorrow: tomorrow will take care of itself. Each day has trouble enough of its own. (Mt 6:34)
A gospel perspective
Jesus is continually trying to help us see the world and life differently from our accepted human wisdom. He points to the futility of most of our worry and anxiety. Life is a risk and there are no guarantees. We have only to look at our newspapers to see that terrible and unsuspected things do happen. Even taking into account the marvellous developments in modern medicine, the possibility of death still hovers around us simply because we are, by nature, mortal and fragile. Worry will not change any of this. And who of you by being worried can add a single hour to his span of life? If the smallest things are outside your control, why worry about the rest? (Lk 12:25-26)
Jesus seems often to equate worry with lack of faith. Not faith in dogmas, but faith in his presence and providence in whatever happens to us, good or bad. Jesus stresses in the gospel that if Our Heavenly Father looks after the birds of the air, the flowers and grass of the field, will he not much more look after us? He asks the disciples in the boat who woke him during the storm: Why are you afraid? Have you still no faith? (Mk 4:40) He seems to be saying that his presence is sufficient and that he will always be there even when we, like they, feel lost or abandoned.
Presence and peace of God
How then do we interpret this presence/providence of God which is the antidote to fear and gives us the peace of God which is so much greater than our understanding? (Ph. 4:6-7) It certainly does not mean that we will always escape the ‘givens’ or hardships of the human condition.
The scriptures never deny the harsh realities of human existence, the tragedies, illnesses, loss, grieving, and the seemingly meaningless pain. Not even Jesus avoided them. If he had worried too much about what would happen to him, or if he had been too attached to possessions, people, or his reputation, he would never have preached the Gospel of love and forgiveness, which led to the cross. Jesus’ life and death show how selfless love and detachment can co-exist together in harmony leading to true freedom.
The resurrection of Jesus shows that his Father was with him all the time, even in his suffering and death. Likewise he is with us in our darkest hours, so there is nothing we need to fear.
It is not that we will avoid ‘dark hours’ – for that is to wish we were other than human. Rather as John Macmurray SJ aptly puts it: The maxim of illusory religion runs: ‘Fear not; trust in God and God will see that none of the things you fear will happen to you’; that of real religion, on the contrary, is: ‘Fear not; the things that you are afraid of are quite likely to happen to you, but they are nothing to be afraid of’.
Even if some things we worry about do happen, this does not have to be as unbearable as our imagination paints it, if we can remember that this God, who has carved our names in the palms of his hands, is still with us. This loving, mysterious, yet personal God, who is beyond, within and among us and who can bring good out of evil, desires to give us his peace. Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid. (Jn 14:27) He asks us to place our trust in his promise.


This article first appeared in the Salesian Bulletin (Jan.-March,2003), a publication of the Irish Salesian.

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