Are you sure you want to quit before finishing my story?
After I formatted my PC, installed Windows 7 (best decision I’ve ever made) and reinstalled Prince of Persia: Sands of Time (losing all my progress), I’m back on track with the game.
Although I’ve only completed 25% of the game, it’s the best game I’ve ever played.
The quote I chose is probably the most stupid one I could choose. It’s what the Prince tells you when you want to quit the game, but silly as it sounds, it made me think of tens of ways to use it in real life.
Like I could’ve told my ex girlfriend just that… “Hey… Don’t leave me… Are you sure you want to quit before finishing my story?”, although I could’ve changed “my” for “our”: after all, relationships are something you share and not something that’s exclusive to one of the parts.
A month ago or so, my sister left on my desk some old photocopies of a text titled “My Philosophy”, with no author. Since it’s Sunday and yesterday I learned that I did very well on my Sociology exam (90/100) and therefore I can relax a bit with my studying, I decided to give this text a look. It turned out to be a text by the renowned screenwriter, film director, actor, comedian, writer and musician, Woody Allen.
Although after the first read I couldn’t catch every concept on it, I’m hoping that after a few more readings I’ll be able to wholly understand it. You can read the whole text after the jump.
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Lately I’ve been thinking that it’s while facing everyday decisions that we put who we want to be to test. You define and redefine who you are with your every move.
Just some random Facebook wisdom I put out every once in a while.
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