So, I have a lot of stories. And I find the ending to this one interesting. I wonder if anyone here would disagree with his reasoning. Or what you think of it as the end of a story. So the guy here becomes strong to save his family and in doing so he breaks through the wall of potential and as such he is like a god! He saves the day, but realizes the tragedy, he can't go back. He broke the wall down. He can visit his family, but that is it. The energy literally pulsing off of his body can kill normal people. If he were to become angry, he could destroy a city accidently from the force of this pulse alone. And even if he controlled the energy, constant exposure would kill people too, after about a month. So safely the guy could visit his family for about 3 days once a month. But constant risk that he could kill them accidently if he lost control of his emotions. He, understandible, leaves. He doesn't want to put people at risk. So he goes on to live his life alone away from all forms of life. He quickly begins to think that he can't love. As he would say it. "Even if I found someone I loved. How could I love them? I would always be afraid that I would accidently kill them." To add to it, though the guy doesn't yet know it. His natural life span was increased. He can now live to around age 5,000. In all fairness, it is possible another person could break through and join him, but well he wouldn't want that for a few reasons. "I am in a sense cursed. I don't want another, espcially one I love to feel my curse. And even if that did happen the odds of us, whoever the other is, to be the person I love? So unlikely." Do you think the character is right and they can't feel love? Do you like the concept for this being the sort of bittersweet ending?