Why Asian Drams Are Romanticified?


Japanese shows has a unique style, it’s not as great as Korean dramas but it is okay. The story is the good part but I don’t believe the acting is that good. So what you need to watch for is the story of the drama. Want to know some dramas that can peak your interest? Here are some suggestions you can watch fro Drama cool.

Hana Kimi: It’s about a girl who needs to get inside an all boys school because she has a debt to pay off. The star athlete from the school has been injured because of her and she somehow wants to repay him. No one knows that she is a girl so she starts to live comfortably. But people find out and she doesn’t know what to do anymore. She loves the boy who has saved her so watch what happens between the two of them and also the whole school.

Gokusen: This has many seasons to it and it’s all great. It’s about a teacher who is from a Yakuza, a gang, family. She wants to stay a teacher so she needs to keep it a secret but she only teaches the bad kids. And with bad kids there will always be trouble. So she needs to protect her students and make them succeed in life. She needs to gain the trust of her students so watch how she will do that. Remember that there are seasons to this drama so if you like it, watch it all.

Now that you know two Japanese dramas, you should go ahead and watch them. They are a bit weird compared to Korean dramas but still fun to watch. They have a crazy personality when acting and you will be able to see it. It’s a totally different style than the Koreans but it’s all good. So hurry up and watch them!

Will power is love; in spiritual terms, love is willpower. If one says, “God is love”, it means in reality “God is Will”. The love of God, the Will of God, causes the creation, “Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven”. Universal laws pervade our earth and our heaven. When a person says, “I love to do it”, it means, “I will to do it”, which is a stronger expression and means, “I fully love to do it with all my heart and soul”.

Never again clutter your days or nights with so much “business” and unimportant things that you have no time to “be in love” and “live with love”. This applies to play as well as work. A day merely survived, with money as the only reward, is no cause for celebration. In its purified state, the human heart is the hologram of the seen and unseen worlds; it is the part that reflects the whole. The heart is the point at which the individual human being is closest to the Divine. The heart is the center of our motivation and our knowing, possessing a depth and strength of will that the personality lacks. When we say that the heart has an integrative power, we are not talking in abstract, metaphorical, or merely intellectual terms. The realization and purification of the heart both opens a doorway to the infinite and also results in a restructuring of neural pathways, a refinement and reorganization of our entire nervous system, which allows the fullest expression of our human possibilities. We can so easily fall into the world of life to work rather than work to live. Time can rush by, we are so busy getting ready to enjoy life, that we are too tired to take advantage of it. To manage our life, for the benefit of love, we must master the power of will. This, in another language, means discipline.
No more busywork. No more hiding from love. Leave time, leave space to grow. Now. Now! Not tomorrow!

Love in action. The heart of Love

Discipline is the turning point. The pain of regret always outweighs the pain of discipline. Therefore, as we shift from the ego focus of pleasure, short term pleasure, toward purpose, dreams, and longer term results, the ego loses control and becomes the lion, and you to tamer, The vast majority of spiritual practices like yoga, meditation, tai chi and more, hold this as the most critical ingredient of the transformation between ego life and love life. Discipline.

Will is a different kind of power. Will acknowledges that there are temptations, that there are always old patterns, but that all the righteousness, devotion, and fanatic adherence to dogma will never remove the source of temptation. An alcoholic is still an alcoholic while they are in a phobia about alcohol. With willpower, there is a different approach; there is simply something more important to do. Watch out for k-dramas from Dramacool