My favorite book/movie of all time is "Gone With the Wind." I am going to go to the last scene where Scarlett is begging Rhett for another chance after she decides she loves him, not Ashley. Rhett says something like, "Scarlett, has it ever occurred to you that even a deathless love can die?" She says something like, "But you said you LOVED me." And he says, something like, "I did." "Well, love can't just die!" she says, trying again. "Yours for Ashley did," he says. Do you think love can die just that fast? Or is this just a dramatic moment in a marvelous book? Can you wake up one morning, suddenly see something different in a partner or somebody else you love, and suddenly not have feelings for them? Is it individual, depending on the person?j I thought about this when I flipped to this chapter of "Gone With the Wind" and decided I do think it can. But I think it is after a long, hard haul with the person and something to bring something new and unacceptable to light. How do you feel about Margaret Mitchell's ending to Rhett's love for Scarlett and Scarlett's alleged "I never loved him" about Ashley? Apply it to real life, if you think you can. By the way, I have owned six copies of this book and have reread it I don't know how many times. I like it more than the movie, but I like the movie too.