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According to the arrangement made by my parents, I invite him to have a meeting in the net bar where we met for the first time. Although I know that the decision that I will leave him will be hurt him and me, I respect my parents finally because I do not like my parents are sad for my marriage. We appear in the bar on time and also seem very quite at that nervous environment. I provide my ideas that we should say goodbye to each other and hope that we do have a happier future. When he listens to my words, he becomes very painful and says nothing to argue with me but to accept the departure. In my mind, I guess that he does not like me to go against my parents because he is a filial man like me.After finishing the talking, he walks away without words. As for me, watching the rohan crone in hand, I can not control to cry out my grievance. In the world, nobody can understand how I love him and I will not be sure how I can live in the rest life without him. Hence, I often hate the fate that arranges the meeting between us by the rohan gold and is not willing to believe that net love is so frail that it can not be undertaken by the reality.In order to forget the pain from the departure, I adopt the view from my friend and force myself not to go to the net bar and buy rohan online crone in the following days. Besides, I have delivered my rohan online gold to the friends who are also the members in the game. Of course, it is useful for me to make use of this method, but I sill feel sad sometimes.A few months have passed and I become used to live in the rest life without him. However, there is an accidental chance that I come across him again just in a supermarket. At that time, I see he is still only one and buy something to eat. I say hello to him and he smiles at me to begin asking something about me and inquire whether I play the net game with the rohan money in my spare time. I answer his question as no because I want to tell him that I have chosen a new life. 

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