I actually like Nathan, Peter, Hiro and Niki are the most interesting. I like Nathan because he seems to me a very complex person and I think he offers the most opportunity to see conflict between the regular lives of these people and their lives as Heroes. He has the most to loose because was so successful to begin with giving it up or risking it to do the right thing at the cost of his political career and the years of work he put into to it as well as the relationship with his brother make him a facinating character to watch. Hiro is interesting because he already has preconceived ideas about what a hero is and is also so culturally different from everyone else in the show. How those expectations match to reality will be very interesting as he finds that being a hero is both a blessing and a curse. Niki is intersting because she has a power that she doesn’t want, that is already causing her problems. Finally Peter has to deal with his brother and him being able to fly when he thought he could. All these characters face different problems that will collide with the status quo of their lives and how they deal with it and with each other and with the normal people in society will really be what makes this series interesting.
This is about Taylor and Elliott of AI 5.
I think that Elliott and Taylor both have soul but the difference is in degree. You can argue who feels it more or not but that is more of a subjective discussion that is not something that can be proven because everyone will see it differently.
I have a sense that that is why they have become such good friends. The thing that differentiates them is their own personal experiences with music. I can’t say for certain but Taylor seems to live it to a very high degree, to the point where it is a defining characteristic of who he is and that it has impacted every facet of his life. I say that based on his long history with music, ability to sing, play instruments and his years of performing in a band as he made the rounds trying to get discovered. The way he approached the competition and intensity of his desire to win along with his understanding of performing and music in general point to me a honest passion for music that is hard to come by. For the most part he understands he has to know the lyrics and perform each and every song, which is how he channels his passion into soul.
Elliott has a passion and love for music and his song choices and unwillingness to compromise shows that but I never got the feeling that it was to the same degree of Taylor simply because he doesn’t seem to have faced the same type of experience in both success and failure that Taylor has. Too me the difference is that Taylor has been to the edge of failure in music and often failed but he continued with it. I think that speaks volumes to his passion for music and that is something that a working musician or singer or group can understand but I don’t think Elliott could at least not to the same degree simply because he had not been through the grinder in the same way. Elliott’s may have known a lot about music before hand but his, passion comes from his own experiences as a person his successes and failures which every performer taps into when they perform. But I think that with Taylor his successes and failures are so interwoven with his music that he cannot seperate the two.
So while they both have a passion and soul for music I differentiate it by saying that while Elliott feels the music, Taylor has lived for it.
I look for that type of passion in myself and while I have yet to find it I think that it is something worth searching for and is something we all look for in life. I just hope that we can all find it.
Hmm.. I wish I could see into the future lol. I have had dreams that come true or I think they do and it happens every so often, do I think that the supernatural exist yes because I think that there is a lot that science by itself cannot explain and that is half the fun of it.