"I've realized that when you truly love, you have no freedom." - Le Divorce
I can't remember whether this quote is in both the book and the movie Le Divorce (neither of which was a big favorite of mine), but I read the book and saw the movie in late 2003/early 2004 and this particular line really resonated with me at the time. I had been married to Ex for nearly eight months and we had just started getting into arguments about whether we would move back to Orlando when I finished school in the fall of 2004. I posted this quote in my old blog with a comment about how well I understood it.
And to be honest, that scares me even now. That, having just turned 21 and having been married less than a year, I already knew deep down that that marriage would cause me to lose so much of who I was.
What do you think of this quote?