"You've Got Mail" is my favourite movie of all time. I cannot tell you how many times I have watched it - over and over and over again. I hear the opening bars of Harry Nilsson's "Puppy Song" and I am already smiling. There is no way you can watch this movie and not feel good.
As for the quote in the picture above - well, I am always excited when I do something or see something and I immediately think of a scene in a book. What an amazing connection! Someone, somewhere has seen or done this exact thing and has written it down. It brings home to me how very huge and how very small this world of ours is, to be able to connect across a void of time and space. Wonderful!
Some may say: Yes, that's all good, but the woman loses her business - her legacy. I like to believe that this is a lesson as well. The business was her mother's business and she made it great, but maybe the universe was trying to tell Kathleen (Meg Ryan) that it was time to make her own path - to be a writer.
The point I'm getting to here is that sometimes what we think is just a fantasy is actually what should be our reality and what we think is our reality is keeping us from realising the fantasy and making it our reality. If you can work that one out you better let me know - I think I just confused myself.
Joking aside, take a closer look at your fantasies. You may find that the universe is giving you a heads-up on what you really want in your life.