According to the Japanese jisho thingy "towa" means "never changing state" and "eikyuu" is "permanent or eternity" but I'm still not sure so can someone please explain with examples please? Thank you
Kanji can have more than one pronunciation.
were imported to Japan from China, kanji are just "a basic idea", not a character.
so you can use 永久 for say "Permanent"
I've encountered this word several times when playing visual novels and there's the "永久に求めてる" line which used "towa" and "永久監獄" which used eikyuu. It's mentioned on this website that "towa" have a more abstract meaning of "permanence/eternity" and I'm looking for an answer I could both understand and accept. Thank you for your time regardless