"I like going to a new city and losing myself in it for a few hours. I like seeing where the streets end; who’s on them; where they begin. They know a lot more than we give them credit for. They were there before us, and they’ll be there after, too. Our time on them is only pretty temporary. Some other guy or gal will probably take your place, too. What a humbling thought, eh? That’s sort of why I like New York the most – you gotta love a city who’s own sidewalk tell’s it’s residents “so what?”. Nothing is more welcoming to a New Yorker than having to work for vague approval from an unseen force. It’s masochistic. But I love it here."
"Airports see more sincere kisses than wedding halls. The walls of hospitals have heard more prayers than the walls of churches."