"When you're young, you just believe, there'll be many people with whom you can connect with. Later in life you realize it only happens a few times. And you can screw it up, you know. Disconnect."
A perfect brief encounter, a miss, then a chance (but not happens in a good timing). How to deal with the reality? If, there's a hope, are you daring to give it a try?
I also ask myself. If there's a good encounter, a good start, are you willing to make the rest things heppen, other than the Movie plot? Although there're also realities, are you willling to give it a try?
I have no answers on this question actually. I know I do need to give it a try, then feel no regrets no matter what the outcome is. However, in reality, have to also consider pros and cons. It is not easy to ignore all the realities and just do it, right?
Still have chances?
"You came here Paris, all romantic, and married.
It's about that moment in time that's forever gone."
Other classic quotes I like:
you can never replace anyone. what is lost is lost.
you can never replace anyone...because everyone is made off such beautiful, specific details.
All the past is just past. It was just meant to be that way.
You really believe that? That everything is fated?
Well, you know, the world might be less free then we think.
When given these exact circumstances, that's what will happen every time.
Two parts, one hydrogen, one part oxygen, you'll get water every time.
Memories are wonderful things, if you don't have to deal with the past.
Maybe what I'm saying is, is the world might be evolving the way a person evolves. Right? Like, I mean, me for example. Am I getting worse? Am I improving? I don't know. When I was younger, I was healthier, but I was, uh, whacked with insecurity, you know? Now I'm older and my problems are deeper, but I'm more equipped to handle them.
Even being alone it's better than sitting next to your lover and feeling lonely.