X-Men Days Of Future Past Scene Will Inspire You To Always ‘Hope’

This highly inspiring goose-bump giving scene is from X-Men Days of Future Past, where the wise and powerful Charles Xavier tells his younger depressed and fallen self to hope again. He discusses how all those who wander are not necessarily lost. The younger Xavier tells him how he can’t handle all the voices in his head and he can’t get through all the pain that he hears. Xavier (Patrick Stewart) tells his younger self that he is more afraid of his own pain than anything. He elaborates on how others’ pain can make him stronger if he can learn how to feel it and embrace it. Probably one of the truest lines comes when he tells his young self that the most powerful things in the world and one of the greatest gifts which is learning to bear the pain of others without breaking, and it comes from the most human part of us, hope.

This scene is very relatable to most of us because it touches on the fact that we all have regrets of when we strayed away from the path we are destined to be on and we wish we could tell our younger selves the right form of wisdom to keep us aligned. This scene from the X-Men movie captured that feeling or wish completely.

Many time in movies and in traditional means of advice, it’s often stated that we need to conquer that pain in order to overcome and move on. But in this much better psychological approach, it’s about embracing, accepting and understanding what that experience or feeling is trying to tell us on a much deeper level. Pain does not necessarily have to be a bad thing, it can serve as a mentor or a guidance mechanism that can ultimately serve us in the long run.



“The past: a new and uncertain world. A world of endless possibilities and infinite outcomes. Countless choices define our fate: each choice, each moment, a moment in the ripple of time. Enough ripple, and you change the tide… for the future is never truly set.”


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