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Daytripper Daytripper by Fábio Moon
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“It doesn't matter where you're from - or how you feel... There's always peace in a strong cup of coffee.”
Gabriel Bá, Daytripper
“Only when you accept that one day you'll die can you let go, and make the best out of life. And that's the big secret. That's the miracle.”
Gabriel Bá, Daytripper
“Life is like a book son. And every book has an end. No matter how much you like that book you will get to the last page and it will end. No book is complete without its end. And once you get there, only when you read the last words, will you see how good the book is.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“And sometimes we die to prove that we lived.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“She was the most beautiful creature on Earth - her hair said so in that language only hair can speak.”
Gabriel Bá, Daytripper
“My dreams tell me who I am.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“Each day, we feel more distant from each other, more alone, all while being surrounded by millions. Each day we watch as our city turns into a desert, one in which we are all lost, looking for that oasis we like to call “love”. The more we wait, the more everything and everyone looks like a grain of sand escaping between our fingers before vanishing into the wind. How do we find something or someone we can no longer see, but which is right there before us? And how do we hold on to what is most precious in life?”
Gabriel Bá, Daytripper
tags: life, love
“It takes sometime and a lot of looking around but you eventually find that your home is alot more just the house you live in.”
Gabriel Bá, Daytripper
“It takes time and a lot of looking around, but you eventually find that your home is a lot more than just the house you live in. Brás had all the time in the world to figure that out. He discovered your country can be your home, or a city, or just that particular neighborhood. Sometimes your life changes--you change--and your home moves to a different place. Brás realized that home is not a physical place at all, but a group of elements like the people you live with--a feeling, a state of mind. He feels safer just knowing that even if he's away... there is a home... waiting for him to return. It's where he can rest. Where he finds peace.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“The more we wait, the more everything and everyone looks like a grain of sand escaping between our fingers before vanishing into the wind.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“Isn’t it strange how we always seem to remember the trivial things from our daily lives... yet we so often forget the most important ones?”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“People die every day. That was the most comforting thought Brás had while all the obituaries he wrote at the newspaper flashed before him. He just realized that, even when he’s not writing about it, people will keep dying. Isn’t it funny how easily forget about work the moment they leave for the day? Isn’t it strange how we always seem to remember the trivial things from our daily lives, yet we so often forget the most important ones?”
Gabriel Bá, Daytripper
“If you travel too fast, all you're gonna see is a blur and you'll never really meet anyone interesting.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“… that’s what friends do. They care. They find each other and stick together when things get rough. Friends are worth the effort.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“The young open the paper to forget about life by reading the funny strips. The old do it to forget about death by reading other people's obits. My advice: don't open the paper and go on with your life.”
Gabriel Bá, Daytripper
“You are my home, my heart, my love. Good night.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“He feels safer just knowing that even if he's away there is a home waiting for him to return.”
Gabriel Bá, Daytripper
“So, what do you do for a living?'
'Why do you ask?'
'I don't know. I just met you and I'd like to know you better. Who you are, what you want -- your dreams.'
'My job won't tell you who I am. And especially not what I want.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“It takes some time and a lot of looking around, but you eventually find that your home is a lot more than just the
house you live in.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“How do we find something or someone we can no longer see, but which is right there before us?”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“A vida é como um livro, filho. E todo livro tem um fim. Não importa o quanto você goste do livro você vai chegar na última página e ele vai terminar. Nenhum livro é completo sem o fim. E quando você chega lá somente quando você lê as últimas palavras é que você vê como o livro é bom. Ele parece mais real.”
Gabriel Bá, Daytripper
tags: vida
“Even when he was awake, he would carry his dreams with him. They reminded him of who he is and what he wanted out of life. His dreams would tell him what to do, how to navigate in this world.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“I wake up and fall in love with you like that day at the bakery”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“You are on this boat floating on an endless ocean. These baskets contain wishes, desires...forces that drive your will to move forward. However, if you stay here just staring at them...sooner or later...they're all going to sink.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“It's strange being famous. People think they know you.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“People have always believed in miracles... It's in their nature to believe things can always get better in some mysterious way. If everything else fails, higher forces will help them when the time comes. And people do that because they know the very essence of life is...that from the very beginning, at any point...everything can go wrong.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“You always have a choice — So what now,? — Well, just picture where you want to be... and read the story until the end”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“Then Brás woke up and realized that when you turn that corner, that future you have written and wished for is not always there waiting for you. In fact, it usually isn't at all what you expected... around the corner there is just another big annoying question mark. It's called life.”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper
“We live in a society populated by strangers. Each day, we feel more distant from each other, more alone, all while being surrounding by millions. Each day we watch as our city turns into a desert, one in which we are all lost -- looking for that oasis we like to call... "love." The more we wait, the more everything--and everyone--looks like a grain of sand escaping between our fingers before vanishing into the wind. How do we find something--or someone-- we can no longer see, but which is right there before us? And how do we hold on to what is most precious in life?”
Fábio Moon, Daytripper