a real friend will always be present for you even in the darkest hours they will always be here for you, cancer, mental problem, pain, death, even if you think they don't they will suffer as much as you, in a different way mabe but still a real friend will always be here. Heven if this friend loose the fight he will still put his mark in your life at the beginning it may look like a scar but later it will become one of the most wonderfull thing you have. After all this REAL friend will have done to, with or for you he will live as long as you are here to remmeber him. The pain will still exist but at least the balm of memories will calm the pain of the loss. As long as the good memories go on the friend even dead will still support you in your own darkness THIS is how you know he was a REAL friend. The secret is to never forget and make sure is legacy will follow you for the rest of your life
Love this. That smile at the end. Just when you expect a tear to fall, she smiles. And it's because she understands that you shouldn't be sad when someone is gone, but remember the time you had with them, and be happy. After all, we have such short lives to live, and all time is only borrowed. She saw a pony she could give a smile to, and she gave him one. She made his life brighter, however short it was, and that's something worth smiling about.
I must ask this as I'm very curious. Well what exactly happened to the black stallion? You mite look at me as. 'Well isn't it oblivious he died.' I understand that, but how! is the question, how did he get a bandaged head in the first place, Why was in outside on the ground at the beginning of the video.
I will say that this flash animation is so amazingly well done, I loved it. It gave feels. Massive feels. No words can describe the ingenuity of this. Absolutely fantastic. <3
iReLeNtLeSsXv If you notice, he doesn't have a tail, and the bandage on his head probably isn't hiding his mane. I don't think it's there. I think he's had brain surgery. Either he has a tumor, or cancer. Both could be prematurely fatal
The story of this reminds me of an Aviators song called "One Hearth's Warming Eve", where Pinkie's cheerful, friendly, and caring personality help bring happiness to another pony. Though the states of health and interactions of the characters that meet her are different, Pinkie eventually has to say goodbye and stays by their sides before they have to "go". Both of these are very heartwarming