X: Did you run away?
Y: I thought I should try it out once.
Y: Maybe, I want to live.
X: Live for what?
Y: For myself.
X: What about your family? Friends?
Y: They are important to me.
X: What about it?
Y: They are important to me but I am more, to myself.
X: You don’t love them enough?
Y: I think I do.
X: You think? You don’t know?
Y: I do.
X: I don’t think you do.
Y: You don’t know me enough to know that.
X: I know you. You were scared and you tried to escape.
Y: That’s your assumption. You can never know anybody enough.
X: Maybe. I would partly agree to it. But that doesn’t prove the point.
Y: The point is, there is never really a point. Nothing is right and nothing is wrong. Everything is based on assumptions and emotions are too abstract to be understood, fully. You can never understand anyone completely and you shouldn’t try to.
Y: If you knew everyone too well, life would be boring. There comes a saturation point, when we start predicting people and their actions and you get to know most of what everyone would do, before they even do it. Thats not very exciting.
X: You are weird.
Y: You shouldn’t try to understand me.
X: You are contradicting yourself.
X: You are assuming life would be boring if you knew people too well, which is a fact but according to you nothing is right or wrong, yet you still feel you are right about your thoughts.
Y: I could be wrong, I could be right. Human thoughts can be complicated. I am not trying to prove myself here. This is my assumption and it can contradict yours and your opinions doesn’t matter much to me and it shouldn’t bother you too as well.
X: I wish I understood you more.
Y: You can try. But its going to be tough.
X: It’s gonna be exciting.