Sometimes the future changes quickly and completely, and we’re left only with the choice of what to do next. We can choose to be afraid of it, to stand there trembling not moving, assuming the worst that can happen or we step forward into the unknown and assume it will be brilliant.
Cristina: I can’t go.
Meredith: Yes you can!
Cristina: We have to finish.
Meredith: You’re gonna miss your -
Cristina: We have to dance it out, that’s how we finish.
Cristina: What are you doing, what you’re gonna call someone to.. make me leave or wha—
Meredith: I’m finding a song…
Meredith: Okay ready?
Cristina: Wait, …we’ll call each other at least twice a month, and.. and we’ll text all the time.
Meredith: I hate texting..
Cristina: Text me! And don’t let Owen get all dark and twisty, take care of him, and Alex, take care of Alex.. he needs to be mocked at least once a day or he’ll be insufferable, don’t get on any little tiny planes that can crash or stick your hand in a body cavity that has a bomb in it or offer your life to a gun man, don’t do that… don’t be a hero. You’re my person, I need you alive, you make me brave. — Okay, now we dance it out.
Sometimes you just need to get out of town. Get a new perspective. But you can’t always see that you need a new perspective because you, well, need a new perspective to be able to see that. It’s complicated.
What do you see? More possibilities? Does your new view give you more hope? That’s the goal. Although it doesn’t always work that way. Sometimes a shift in perspective just makes you see what you’ve lost.
I was a fool for love.
It’s awful not to be loved. It’s the worst thing in the world.