He finally understood that God's presence was everywhere, at all times, and was experienced by everyone at one time or another.
("The Last Song")
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First you will smile, and then you will cry -- don't say you haven't been warned.
You make one error, you pause, stumble, hesitate too long, don't hesitate long enough, run a word together, hit your 'S' too hard, hit your 'T' too hard--the director is like 'Um, could you please pick it up from the top of the paragraph'
But...as bad as it was, I learned something about myself. That I could go through something like that and survive. I mean, I know it could have been worse--a lot worse-- but for me, it was all I could have handled at the time. And I learned from it.
I am nothing special of this I am sure. I am just a common man with common thoughts. There are no monuments dedicated to me and my name will soon be forgotten. But I've loved another with all my heart and soul, and to me, that has always been enough.
The past was gone and the future had yet to unfold, and he knew he should focus his life on the present…yet his day-to-day existence suddenly struck him as endless and unbearable.
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