After much waiting and hoping to get some free time, I finally was able to see Remember Me. It is such a beautiful and powerful movie that when it was over I left the theater crying, my face bright red. My heart felt heavy, in a good way, and my life seemed so simple. I could relate alot to the movie; the situations and feelings that were brought up in the movie hit me hard. It was just amazing, definitely worth the $10. One of my favorite quotes from the movie:
"Whatever you do in life will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it because you can't know, you can't ever really know, the meaning of your life...And you don't need to...Just know that your life has a meaning...Every life has a meaning... whether it lasts one hundred years or one hundred seconds...Every life... And every death... changes the world in its own way.
Ghandi knew this. He knew his life would mean something to someone, somewhere, somehow. And he knew with as much certainty that he could never know that meaning...He understood that enjoying life should be of much greater concern then understanding it. And so do I. You can't know so don't take it for granted but don't take it too seriously. Don't postpone what you want. Don't leave anything misunderstood. Make sure the people you care about know. Make sure they know how you really feel because just like that...it could end."