Lucy Camden : [to Wilson] That's so weird. I feel the exact same way, like every single person on this earth is one second away from leaving the planet, me included. And you know, it's like there must be a reason I'm here. God must have had a reason for keeping me here. Otherwise, why wouldn't I have been in that car?
Wilson West : Right after my wife died, I felt the exact same way. Why didn't I die? Why her? Why did she have to suffer through such a difficult labor and then die in the end?
Lucy Camden : [When Lucy goes to a support group after her friend's death] My friend was killed in a car accident. Her sister was with her. She was injured and now I don't know what to say to my friend's sister.
Counselor : What did people say to you that was comforting?
Wilson West : Actually, we talk a lot about what people say that doesn't comfort you at all.
Young Woman : You'll see her again when you die.
Young Man : He's resting now. I was seven. I thought it meant that when my dad rested enough, he'd come back. It totally spooked me.
Young Woman #2 : It was meant to be. That's my favorite.
Young Man #2 : Meant to be. I mean, what is that? My brother was meant to get shot?
Lucy Camden : Is there anything anybody can say?
Wilson West : Maybe the truth. Things like "This totally sucks."
Young Man #2 : That's what I wanted to say out loud at the funeral, but I couldn't because nobody would have understood. That and "I'm glad it wasn't me." It sounds selfish, but I'm glad to be alive. I've got a lot of things I want to do with my life.