Jonathan Tropper Quotes.

11. "He starts to panic at the prospect, and then gets angry at how unfair it is to have to be scared of anything after you've already died. Isn't that supposed to be one of the perks? N more fear and worrying, no more lugging around all the shit that got tangled up in your mortal coil over the years? That's kind of what he's been counting on."
- Quote by Jonathan Tropper

12. "Forgiveness has its comforts, but it can never give you back what you've lost."
- Jonathan Tropper, One Last Thing Before I Go

13. "The thing about living alone is that it gives you a lot of time to think. You don't necessarily reach any conclusions, because wisdom is largely a function of intelligence and self-awareness, not time on your hands. But you do become very good at thinking yourself into endless loops of desperation in half the time it would take a normal person."
- Jonathan Tropper, One Last Thing Before I Go

14. "We don't stop loving people just because we hate them, but we don't stop hating them either."
- Jonathan Tropper, One Last Thing Before I Go

15. "I keep waiting for the universe to decide things for me, and the thing is, the universe has better things to do."
- Jonathan Tropper, One Last Thing Before I Go

16. "We're all clichés, all following scripts that have been written and played out long before we landed the role."
- Jonathan Tropper, One Last Thing Before I Go

17. "The only thing worse than not having your dream come true is having it come true for a little while."
- Jonathan Tropper, One Last Thing Before I Go

18. "There are some people out there who don't wait for what come next. They decide what should come next and they go and make it happen."
- Jonathan Tropper, One Last Thing Before I Go

19. "If you're eating an ice cream cone, it's just very hard to believe that things have gone completely to shit. That there isn't still hope."
- Jonathan Tropper, One Last Thing Before I Go

20. "I've been treating my life as this pit stop, just kind of regrouping before I move on. But it's been seven years, and I never moved on. I haven't done anything. I just...stopped."
- Jonathan Tropper, One Last Thing Before I Go

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