The Echoes of Our Existence

In The Echoes of Our Existence, Seanna challenges Hopper indirectly about his pride, his traditions and their love.

SEANNA: You’re blind to the deeper aspects of life, aren’t you Mr. Hopper? You float alongside the crest of it. Never conquering any form of understanding…we’ve remained the same between our beginning and now. There’s hardly anything left of us…just the echos of our existence. Sooner or later we will go extinct because you refuse to evolve with the changing tide. There is no connecting, no identifying with anything other than the way it should be. You’ve remained transfixed, unused, deliberately hidden, pretending to be unaware of your own potential or lack thereof. And there we have it, we will never take flight…and even when you’ve had a spontaneous moment of some indirect inspiration, you quickly bury it, refuse it, ignore it! I frighten you, don’t I? Us, our potential, it frightens you, doesn’t it? Stay lost, stay where you are, just as you were when we first met. Continue on and pretend. Pretend none of it matters, we’ll be fine either way, won’t we? Regardless, you’ll be unhurt playing it safe.

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