The Boy in the Black SuitBook - 2015
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"I realized that it's not that death is bad. It's not. It's just that life is so good. So damn good that you just wanna hold on to it, and everybody in it. But we can't. But what we can do, is appreciate it more. Y'know, smell the flowers."
"Lovey will tell you that when her mom passed, the one word I would never let her say was death. I wouldn't let her say it because I never believed in it. Dead means finished. Over. Done. That didn't describe her mother then, and it doesn't describe me now. I've just changed. Like changing clothes, when one outfit gets too old, gotta take it off and put on another. Or like changing jobs, once you've done all you can do, you get a new position. But to say I'm dead means that you'll never hear me or feel me...but you will. I promise. Just because you won't see me for a while, doesn't mean I won't be there... And when it's your turn to change, to move on, I'll be here waiting for you."
"See, in chess, you plan everything. You strategize and all that. And even though we like to believe life goes that way, let me tell you, son, it don't... But this game here, I-DEE-clare War, is how life really goes down... I flip a card, then you flip a card. Sometimes I win and sometimes I lose. And sometimes I can lose and lose and lose and I don't know why. But there's nothing I can do but just keep flipping cards. Eventually I'll win again. As long as you got cards to keep turning, you're fine. Now that's life."
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