I was privy to the sight of Kate, the woman. Not strident, still opinionated, but always willing to listen… Watching her sitting on the floor pouring coffee for Spencer, listening— no, hanging on— to his every word, looking up at him with total adoration. She was a woman in love, blindingly, unquestionably in love. Spence, on his part, was always sweet with her, affectionate, though not overly demonstrative. But there was no doubt in my mind, or anyone else’s who saw them together, that they were totally committed to one another and that they were totally balanced and belonged together… Katie and Spence were that rarity— two actors who genuinely felt so close to one another— respect and love— plus non-stop laughter.
Lauren Bacall | By Myself and Then Some
Dan Farrow: How much time have I got, Father?
Father Edward J. Flanagan: Eternity begins in forty-five minutes, Dan.
Dan Farrow: What happens then?
Father Edward J. Flanagan: Oh, a bad minute or two.
Dan Farrow: And after that?
Father Edward J. Flanagan: Well, Dan, that’s a question that scientists and philosophers have been asking for a million years.