“What are the events in life?
It’s like you see a door.
The first time you come to it you say ‘Oh, what’s on the other side of the door?’
Then you open a few doors, then you say ‘I think I want to go over that bridge this time, I’m tired of doors.’
Finally, you go through one of these things and you come out the other side and you realize that’s all there are.
Doors and windows and bridges and gates and they all open the same way and they all close behind you.
Look, life is supposed to be a path and you go along and these things happen to you and they’re supposed to change you, change your direction.
But it turns out that’s not true. It turns out the experiences are nothing. They’re just some cents that you pick up off the floor, stick in your pocket.
You’re just going in a straight line to you know where.”