Just finished reading a book – Love Story, by Erich Segal. Admittedly, the plot wasn't particularly unique or anything like that. Nevertheless, it was still a very touching love story. Sweet. Sad. Moving. Love could hurt. It could hurt like hell. But would anyone really wish to live without it still?...
"Love means not ever having to say you're sorry." There it is, the one most significant quote from the book.
What does it mean, though?
I'm not sure if I agree completely with it. Not saying you're sorry when you hurt your loved ones would be taking them and their love for granted, wouldn't it?