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Before Sunrise

“Isn't everything we do in life a way to be loved a little more?”
“I’d say to my Dad, “I want to be a writer”, and he’d say, “Journalist.”  I’d say, “I want to have a refuge for stray cats” and he’d say, “Veterinarian.”  I’d say, “I want to be an actress” and he’d say, “TV newscaster.”  It was this constant conversion of my fanciful ambitions into these practical money-making ventures.”
“Why does everybody think conflict is so bad?  There are a lot of good things coming out of conflict.”
“There’s all these people talking about how great technology is and how it saves all this time but what good is saved time if nobody uses it?”
“Everything is so finite but that’s what makes our time and specific moments so important.”
“I could never get excited about other people’s ambitions for my life.”
“I worked for this old man and once he told me that he had spent his whole life thinking about his career and his work. And he was fifty-two and it suddenly struck him that he had never really given anything of himself. His life was for no one and nothing.”
“You are both stars, don’t forget it.  When the stars exploded billions of years ago, they formed everything that is this world.  Everything we know is stardust.  So, don’t forget, you are stardust.”
“I always think that I’m still this 13-year old boy that doesn’t really know how to be an adult, pretending to live my life, taking notes for when I’ll really have to do it.”
“You need to resign yourself to the awkwardness of life.  Only if you find peace within yourself will you find true connection with others.”
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