In the last scene of the final episode of Bokura Ga Ita (ep. 26), Yano repeats a quote that Nanami made in an earlier episode. The quote was
"it all equals out".
In the earlier episode, where the quote originated, Nanami was explaining to Yano how
he may not have anyone he loves, but there are people who really love him and thus "shouldn't it all equal out?"
Now, back to the final scene. He repeats the quote
"it all equals out" and questions it. He says, "it didn't all equal out," and that "it ended up more equal...on the positive side."
I've watched two different translations of the scene and I am still confused. I originally thought it was basically saying
'you love no one, but someone loves you a lot, so it equals out', so I'm not understanding the "sides".
What exactly is "the positive side"? Did he simply just mean
I loved no one, Nanami loved me dearly, and it ended up being on the "side" of me loving Nanami?
Or is there more to it?
Note that this isn't a question about "how it ended". This is a question about the literal meaning of the final lines in the anime. I suspect it might be something lost in translation.