"Human beings are hardwired with the impulse to share our ideas and the desire to know we’ve been heard. It’s all a part of our need for community. That’s why we’re constantly sending out signals and signs, and why we look for them from other people. We’re always waiting for messages, hoping for connection. And if we haven’t received a message, that doesn’t always mean it hasn’t been sent to us. Sometimes it means we haven’t listened hard enough.”
This was one of my favorite dialogues from the TV program "Touch". This stared Kiefer Sutherland as Martin Bohm: a former journalist turned baggage handler, whose wife died in the in the 9/11 attack, and David Mazouz as Jacob "Jake" Bohm: Martin's mute 11-year-old son, who is obsessed with numbers and can see past, present and future events through the numbers, and shows his father the numbers so that his father can help stop bad events from happening.
David now plays the part of the young Bruce Wayne in the TV series "Gotham" — stories about the times prior to the "Batman" comic and movie era.
Mood: Daily Needs
Listening to: The ringing in my ears.
Playing: Lack of inspiration