Let’s be honest. We don’t remember all the books we read. We forget some key characters and even the plot line, while we can remember a small random detail that may not have a major role in the story. Or sometimes we remember just one quote and a few characters that somehow influence us.
Crumble (Lay Me Down, Justin Timberlake) by Sheila Callaghan is one of the plays that left a nice little quote to me:
“There is no fault. The moment has a life of its own.”
Such a beautiful sentence…
I don’t remember much about the play, it has been years since I read it, but I remember this sentence and its role in the play. Regret is unnecessary because at that specific moment you do something because it feels right.
Multidimensionality of time hides in this quote.
If you have that only one sentence from books you read, comment below!