CHRISTIAN SHEPHARD: I had a boy on my table today. I don’t know, maybe a year younger than you. He had a bad heart. It got real hairy real fast. And everybody’s looking at your old man to make decisions. And I was able to make those decisions because, at the end of the day, after the boy died, I was able to wash my hands and come home to dinner. I don’t know, watch a little Carol Burnett, laugh till my sides hurt… How can I do that, hmm? Even when I fail, how do I do that, Jack? Because I have what it takes. Don’t choose, Jack. Don’t decide. You don’t want to be a hero, you don’t want to try and save everyone because when you fail… you just don’t have what it takes.