Posted by S. Ryan on May 01, 2003
In Reply to: No matter where you go, there you are posted by priyanka on May 01, 2003
: : I was looking for the origins of the quote "No matter where you go, there you are." It first captured my attention in the cult classic movie "Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension" but I wonder what its origins truly are. Does anyone have information on this quote?
: I do not have much idea about its origins but we can use this phrase as no matter where ever we go we cant run too far from our feelings our sorrow ... we have to face things we cant really hide from ...how long can one supress the feelings deep inside..say love or hatred ....if in life we have faced some hard stuff some loss then hidin it wont help us,,,where ever we go we will carry it with us...
: The famous NY Yankees pitcher Yogi Berra once said, "No matter where you go, you end up somewhere!" Similar to... "If you never go out, you can't go home." or "You're never lost if you don't care where you are."