Eddie: Has Buck always had a habit of running headlong into certain death?
Bobby: Sometimes he walks, occasionally he shuffles, periodically he ambles. Once, I’m pretty sure I saw him trip into certain death.
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Today I woke up and I chose violence so I thought I'd remind you that in Joe Wright's cinema adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, possibly one of the most (if not The Most) popular love stories, prime example of romance and the triumph of feelings against every obstacle (internal or external), Darcy and Elizabeth, still trying to deny their love, look at each other straight in the soul and go:
And then I shall add what John O'Donohue blessed us with, when writing about how being known, being understood means to be loved:
(From Anam Cara, A Book of Celitc Wisdom)
Just to get to this, to these words pronounced through those eyes:
and now I'm leaving, wiping tears from the corners of my eyes, not having a single clue what you should do with this. Bye.
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