Lawrence Woodruff:You know why I like to teach children, Jack? So I don't get so wrapped up in being an adult. So I can remember there are other things that are important in life - like riding a bike, playing in a treehouse, splashing in water with your good shoes on. And you, my friend, were my most special student. And until recently, you were everything I ever wanted in a student. You were a shooting star amongst ordinary stars. Have you ever seen a shooting star, Jack?
Lawrence Woodruff:It's wonderful. It passes quickly, but while it's here it just lights up the whole sky - it's the most beautiful thing you'd ever want to see. So beautiful that the other stars stop and watch. You almost never see one.
Lawrence Woodruff:Beacuse they're very rare. Quite rare. But I saw one. I did.
Jack:I just want to be a regular star.
Lawrence Woodruff:Jack, you'll never be regular. You're spectacular.