"You’re just trying on different identities, like everyone in those Shakespeare plays. And the people we pretend at, they’re already in us. That’s why we pretend them in the first place"
"K: I don’t know what home is anymore.
J: I think home is wherever you are happiest
K: What if home’s not a place you can ever go back to?
J: Then you find a new home. It’s not a once-in-a-lifetime deal. People find home in new places, new dreams, new people all the time. Home should feel effortless, like gravity."
"It takes a certain kind of naiveté, or perhaps just stupidity, to know how things will end and still hope otherwise."