S1 Ep01 Dr. Tom
In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity. By Albert Einstein（阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦，不用说是谁了吧）
Curiosity does no less than devotion, pilgrims make. By Abraham Cowley（亚伯拉罕 ·考利 1618-1667年，英国作家）
Pressure makes diamonds. By General George S. Patton（巴顿将军）
The world is full of fence-sitters. You know, you sit on a fence long enough and you're liable to fall off.
What is that, Plato?
No, I just made that up.
The life which is unexamined, is not worth living. By Plato（柏拉图）
We learn by doing, there is no other way. By John Holt（约翰·霍尔特，美国当代教育改革之父）
Do not weep. Do not wax indignant. Understand. By Baruch Spinoza（巴鲁赫·斯宾诺莎，1632-1677，荷兰哲学家）
If life's journey be endless, where is its goal? The answer is... it's everywhere. By Rabindranath Tagore（泰戈尔）
Sometimes it sneaks up on you.
Sometimes it hits you over the head.
And sometimes... you turn a corner only to find you're different in some small way and the world, it doesn't look quite like it used to.
So where do I go from here? No idea. And for the first time I feel like that's a good thing.
S1 Ep02 What I Am Is What I Am
Look close enough and you can see them everywhere.
But what do you do when you see your life as a series of bad choices?
When you would give anything to have made different ones, the questions is: If you could go back and do it all differently, would you still be you?
The use of traveling is to regulate imagination by reality, and instead of thinking how things may be, to see them, as they are. By Samuel Johnson （塞缪尔·约翰逊，英国作家，批评家）
Those who plot the destruction of others often perish in the attempt. By Thomas Moore (托马斯·摩尔，18世纪-19世纪爱尔兰诗人)
The egg. Perfection, both in function and in form.
It has a double arch, top and bottom. It's what makes an egg so incredibly strong.
But the minute that we begin to chip away at its integrity, the egg collapses in on itself until, in the end, we're left with only... breakfast. It's still an egg, but it's not the same.
Our lives are like a house of cards.
You know, some of the cards are cosmetic. While others are load bearing walls.
You remove one of those cards and the whole thing comes tumbling down.
Like the egg. Chip away at what makes you "you" and you become something else.
There are many ways to achieve our goals, Erica, but ignoring your inner voice...is not one of them.
Everyone's got their own path. Some are only just beginning. While others end all too soon.
However you do it, the fact is, the path you're on, the choices you make, define who you are.
Choices, they're the building blocks of our lives.
They shape our past, present and future. and despite all the stakes I've made, every new day brings with it new choices and a whole new world of possibilities.
S1 Ep03 Plenty of Fish
The first date is like an open house. The pictures look great, the dimensions are good,
and as you stand on the threshold, you think, could this be it? Could this be the one?
and then you start to notice the details: The cracks in the wall, the weird little quirks, and then you think, no... this isn't for me.
Sarcasm: The last refuge of modest people when the privacy of their soul is intrusively invaded.
By Fjodor Dostojewski （费奥多尔·陀思妥耶夫斯基，俄罗斯著名作家）
there is a difference between knowing the path, and walking the path. From Matrix （黑客帝国， 墨菲斯 扮演者Lawrence Fishburne劳伦斯·费什伯恩）
You wanna meet someone, right? You wanna fall in love, but you know the risks that lead to love.
Oh, they may cause pain.
And it's fear of that pain, that's what holds you back. It's what you need to let go of.
What if I can't?
Well, that's not the question. It's not a question of whether you can or whether you can't.
'cause that's just more... taking a risk is like, uh... jumping off a cliff. It's a leap into the unknown with absolutely no guarantees.
Ultimately, Erica, you just have to decide. You have to choose how are you going to be.
I mean, you could spend the rest of your life caught up, in that fear.
Okay. Or, you could face it. Take the leap. See what comes.
Chasing the past, she stumbled into the future.
Honestly though, the thought of going back out on the market,
playing the game in real life, makes me want to throw up.
Sometimes I wake up in the morning, alone in bed, and think: What if this is it? What if I never find someone else?
S1 Ep04 The Secret of Now
You don't miss your water, till your well runs dry. By William Bell (William Bell, 美国黑人男歌手, 以上为他的一首歌)
We are postponing, life speeds by. By Seneca, 5 B.C.(4B.C.-AD65, 塞内加, 罗马哲学家、剧作家)
Defeatism is the wretchedest of policies. By George Bernard Shaw (萧伯纳, 爱尔兰剧作家)
I am crouched on the axis of the sun,
seated on the edge of my cloud,
womb, pregnant with thought.
Have I been made into this snowflake,
or has it been made into me?
I hate these generous handfuls of snowflakes,
they slip through my clenched hands,
and are never enough.
Courage is not the towering oak, that sees storms come and go, it is the fragile blossom that opens in the snow. By Alice M. Swain (Alice M. Swain, 对不起, 没有找到, 似乎是位作家)
It seems most of the time we walk around with the world on mute.
But when you're on the cusp of something dramatic and maybe life-changing,
it's like a filter comes off and suddenly everything comes alive,
and even the smallest moment is imbued with the magic of possibility.
And you think:
This is the night when you drop your mask and reveal your true self.
This is the night when everything is rewritten.
S1 Ep05 Adultescence
When you're a kid, being grown up looks so easy.
Nobody tells you it's harder than it looks...
That those feelings that you have, that you don't measure up,
that you're not keeping pace, they never go away.
What do you do when you feel like you're the only kid in a room full of adults?
Well, the only thing you can do. You smile, you step up,
and try your best to fit in.
There comes a point when you realize,
truth is this: Being grown up is simply knowing who you are
and having the courage to be that person, warts and all.
And those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. By Winston Churchill（温斯顿·丘吉尔，英国传记作家、历史学家、政治家）
No party is any fun unless seasoned with folly. By Desiderius Erasmus（德西德里乌斯·伊拉斯谟，中世纪尼德兰（今荷兰和比利时）著名的人文主义思想家和神学家）
Learn to be what you are and learn to resign with good grace all that you are not. By Henri Frederic Amiel（阿密埃尔，19世纪瑞士哲学家）
It takes a lot of courage to grow up and be who you really are. By E. E. Cummings（卡明斯，美国诗人）