Wow really I had no idea. I can't believe I was criticizing the events that happened before that moment. Guess I'm just a retard.>>3446134>she only delayed her Day of Flight for Reki's sake (the Communicator explicitly says this).
That right there implies you can ignore the day of flight. Reki couldn't, her time had run out. Nemu cannot just "choose" to go after Reki, it doesn't work that way. This >>3443837
explanation works better, but it means the mechanics of the day of flight are different than what is explained in series. In order for your explanation to work, Nemu would have to be in disharmony because Reki was in disharmony. But this still doesn't explain why Kana and Hikari, who are seemingly fine, don't have theirs. It also doesn't explain why, if Nemu can remain due to Reki, Kuramori basically out on her because her day of flight had arrived.
There are numerous other Haibane running around that don't appear to be in any form of disharmony. And ironically, the children would probably be the easiest to achieve harmony with, yet from the looks of things, they are required to grow up first. Perhaps Nemu and Reki are "unusual" for being so old, because all the children they were taking care of with Kuramori are gone. I'm sure some of them went to the factory, but the fact still remains that there are quite a few Haibane that are Reki's age or older, whose time did not run out. Also Kuramori was around that age.>>3446330>i sorely wish there were a few more episodes to this show. there was so much of the world we only got a taste of.
Agreed. I expected more explanation on the outsiders than a brief scene in one episode. Rakka being sinbound was another. Not to mention Reki being born with it.