I’ve had a copy of this film since last month and finally had the chance to watch it.
It’s a story about two best friends who had that one night together the night after their graduation. Throughout the movie, they were shown either together or separately living their own lives on that same day…
The movie was quite long, at some point, depressing and sad. I’d say it’s a must watch though.
What strucks me most is the line in the movie where Anne Hathaway said ‘whatever happens tomorrow, what is important is we had TODAY’
Something which makes me think that sometimes we focus too much on where today will lead us: in our relationships, in our work, in our daily activities. and we end up holding back on what’s needed for today. 😦
I’m not discounting the fact that looking and planning about tomorrow is not important. It is! But it always calls for a balance.
Takes me back to one of my fave movie quotes from Sleepless in Seattle
“what i’m afraid to happen is to end up wondering what might have happened, knowing I could have done something” …TODAY!
It might be late, but this will be in my 2012 resolutions both in my personal life and athletic life (feeling lang). Yes, guilty party here. Obvious ba?
Let’s log those training miles today…each day matters
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