Charlie Bellow: If we never see each other again… And you’re out walking one day and you feel a certain presence beside you… that will be me, loving you, wherever I am.
Jordan Roark: We have to stay alive, because we have to see how the story ends.
Old Man: Destiny is the bridge you build to the one you love.
Charlie Bellow: So it’s true?
Jordan Roark: What?
Charlie Bellow: You don’t wear underwear on recital days.
Jordan Roark: I never lie.
Jordan Roark: You’re wrong. Because time will pass and she’ll be fine.
Jordan Roark: That’s why human beings exist… to save each other from ourselves.
Charlie Bellow: Your time with her will be the happiest you’ve been in your life. Enjoy every second of it.
Jordan Roark: As you and I got to know each other, I felt the cloud begin to lift a little bit.
Jordan Roark: And so I decided that you and I would do everything he and I had done. That way, it would be almost like he had never died. And the pain would stop.
Jordan Roark: I hope that I’ve healed during our year apart, and that I’m sitting with you while you read this. But if I’m not, it’s not because I don’t love you… Because I do. And it’s not because I don’t miss you, because I miss you already. It’ll just mean that I’m not better. And the story isn’t over yet.
Jordan Roark: I like the way you handle me.
Old Man: Just suppose that the shaping and molding of destiny… is your destiny.
Old Man: I wish you a story with a happy ending… and the wisdom to look for it.
Charlie Bellow: Whether we’re together or apart, you will always be the woman of my life.
Charlie Bellow: Do we live in the physical world that we can touch, or do we live in the world that we create in our minds?
Charlie Bellow: [to Leo] You should be a business major.
Jordan Roark: I told you I’d meet a man from the future.
Charlie Bellow: As for the question of destiny… all I know is that even when destiny really wants to accomplish something, it can’t do it alone. You still have to go to that restaurant. You still have to show up. You still have to build a bridge… to the one you love.
Charlie Bellow: On the reasons to stop seeing her side we have: One, on going physical danger. Two, high likely-hood of a broken heart. Three, uh career sabotage. Four, she is clinically insane. Five, she seems to enjoy my pain. Six, fourteen piece matched set of Louis Vuitton emotional baggage. Seven, I haven’t even kissed her yet, for God’s sakes. Uh eight, she’s ruining my life.
Leo: And the reasons to keep seeing her?
Charlie Bellow: I’m in love with her.
Charlie Bellow: Once in your life, if you are very lucky, you will meet the person who divides it to the time before you met her and the time after.