"You know what scares me the most about love? The idea that it was meant to last. I don't know how many times I have been let down because of that. The concept of forever feels so safe, and you say shit like it because in that singular moment you experience lifetimes and you can't see yourself stepping back. When you love, you only look forward, you run headfirst into the void, and you don't care what stands in the way. And then you hit a roadblock, a pothole, a wall, a reason to weaken your hold of the person you promised yourself to and sometimes that's enough to change your meaning of infinity. This endless pathway becomes a yes or no question: do you still love me? And even if your heart feels the answer in a million shades of gray, the outcome only exists in black or white and it's either you leave or you stay and a lot of the times neither feels like the right option. Because if you hold on, you risk throwing yourself back into a forever you don't want to be stuck in; if you go, you are walking away less full than you were when you started because your idea of endless has lost it's meaning"