Here’s a serious advice. Even the nicest people have their limits. Don’t try to reach that point because the nicest people are also the scariest aholes when they’ve had enough.
Demons run when a good man goes to war.
Night will fall and drown the sun when a good man goes to war
What an interesting line, considering that is rather the traditional idea OF love. Maybe I will have to watch this film…
I find it fascinating, because I think there’s a difference between loving someone enough to die for them and loving someone enough to live for them. Dean Winchester is really good at dying for the people he loves, but really bad at living for them. He’s always way too ready to sacrifice himself and can never manage to respect THEIR wishes, if their wishes entail his life and happiness. He wanted to take Johns place in Hell, and couldn’t live with Lisa, and didn’t want to leave Purgatory and go on living without Cas once Cas let go. And I think Castiel has the same probelm - he’s always ready to die for Dean, but not ready to live for or with him quite so much, because he doesn’t think he deserves to.
I was going to babble more about this, but I don’t actually have anything to add. This ^ Interesting.