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“Right then, I wanted to go back in time and relive every moment with him. One more secret smile, one more shared laugh. One more electric kiss. Finding him was like finding someone I didn't know I was searching for. He’d come into my life too late, and now was leaving too soon. I remembered him telling me he’d give up everything for me. He already had.” ― Becca Fitzpatrick, Hush, Hush
He came home from war. So excited to be alive and home, he grabbed a nursing student walking back from lunch, bent her over, and kissed her on the spot. A photographer just happened to be taking pictures of the sailors' return. Perfect timing.
There's never enough time. But time is so relative, therefore we must make the most of it. Because when it's time to say goodbye, our life begins once again and then, time is infinite. But it's the time we spend with certain people and things on this planet that make time seem short and never enough.