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Better than Tears:

I get so happy whenever you update, this is seriously one of my all time favorite fanfics! I fall in love with Jimin even more and more every chapter. He's like the friend I've always wanted. Looking forward to reading more :)

I'm not sure how to start this comment, i just know I really want to leave a comment because I want to support you and tell you how much I love this story. I'm not sure how to explain this, but the thing is, i'm not sure if i am depressed or not. I realize this probably sounds stupid but i don't want to be one of those people that says they are depressed when they really are not and says they are depressed when there are people out there who truly are depressed and struggling to go through their lives every second. I just know I can relate to this wonderful story and it brings me so much comfort late at night when i don't know what to do with myself. A lot of times I can't sleep and i just feel empty and need comf…

It's a Big Universe Pt.2

When they get inside the ship, Terran seals the door and leads Jace down the corridor. It might be a small ship on the outside, but some of the rooms have a spatial flux on them, expanding them into other-space pockets so there can be more space where there shouldn't be so much. Terran doesn't know how it works or why some rooms have pockets and some don't. He can't answer Jace when he asks. He can only shrug and say, "they came that way."
Jace seems skeptical about everything. Terran focuses on plugging in new coordinates for the autopilot so he can watch Jace watch the world disappear in seconds. His face is amazing. Earth the Second drops out of sight faster than a single breath, and Terran slows down the ship once they're out of orbit distance. Jace's eyes are big in his head and his mouth hangs open as he stares out the big window.
"It's so small," he says, hands pressed to the picture-glass, staring back at Earth the Second, that is …

It's a Big Universe Pt.1

For as long as he can remember, Terran has been drifting around the universe in a little spaceship, all alone.
The universe is a big place. There's a lot to see.
Terran visits all the stars in the Melodron System, where they've built a city out of a planet and there're walkways through space with trains that run faster than the speed of light. Terran went on one of them. It felt like he blinked and he missed out on a whole year. But space can feel like time sometimes. It gets a little confusing. His own spaceship can go pretty fast; it can even spatial-switch if he wants it to, but mostly he doesn't bother. It's not like he needs to go so fast anyway. Hyper-X is fast enough, like a blink, faster than light.
For a short time - or a long time, he's not sure - Terran used the spatial switch to get him places, just popping here or there, but after Merlin remarks on how much he misses by simply not flying past it, Terran stops. Using spatial-switch too much makes him …