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It takes a third person, sometimes a complete stranger, to give a fresh perspective to life, things, ideas, to complete the incomplete", :x, Please share me your stories|--Quotes Today:-Whatever happened, it happened for good. Whatever is happening, is happening for good. Whatever that will happen, it will be for good. What have you lost for which you cry? What did you bring with you, which you have lost? What did you produce, which has destroyed? You did not bring anything when you were born. Whatever you have, you have received from Him. Whatever you will give, you will give to Him. You came empty handed and you will go the same way. Whatever is yours today was somebody else’s yesterday and will be somebody else’s tomorrow. Change is the law of the universe.--|

ॐ The Notebook~~I will Read When You Forget

Published by The Name is Bizit | under on 11:20 AM
Allie tells Noah that when she dies, she wants to turn into a bird and fly. Romance soon blossoms after they see each other at the movies and the two become inseparable.

Allie's family leaves Seabrook the next day and Noah, devastated by their separation, writes her one letter every day for a year plus one extra letter saying goodbye. He never hears back from Allie because her mother hides the letters and keeps them secret.

While in college, Allie volunteers as a nurse's aide for wounded soldiers and meets the injured Lon Hammond, Jr., a wealthy and well-connected young lawyer who is handsome, sophisticated, charming, and comes from an old Southern family. To the joy of Allie's parents, they become engaged; meanwhile, Noah returns home. While visiting Charleston to file some paperwork, Noah witnesses Allie and Lon kissing at a restaurant. Devastated, Noah is consumed with restoring the old abandoned house from their summer together, believing that if he keeps his promise to her (building her her dream house on the plantation), Allie will come back to him. Once he is finished, Noah tries to sell the plantation, but finds he cannot part with it.

In the present, it is made evident that the elderly woman is Allie and Noah is her husband. She does not recognize their children and grandchildren, who beg Noah to come home with them. Noah insists on staying with his wife, refusing to abandon her.

After finding out about her impending illness, she wrote their story in the notebook with instructions for Noah inside: "The story of our lives, by Allie Calhoun. Read this to me, and I'll come back to you." 

The next morning, Noah is found unconscious in bed and he is rushed to the hospital; he later returns to the nursing home's intensive care ward. He goes to Allie's room later that night, and Allie remembers who they are. She asks him if he thinks their love can make miracles, and he says that miracles are what brought her back to him every time. She then asks him if he thinks their love can take them away together, and he replies, "I think our love can do anything we want it to." Noah's last words before falling asleep are "I'll be seeing you." 

The next morning, a nurse finds them in bed together, holding each other and discovers they died in the night.The next scene shows two birds flying together over the lake.


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