Paul Walker. He is the very man who lives on in our hearts. Even after his tragic demise, we still remember him and cry in his name. The flair that he brought to the Fast & Furious franchise with his character, Brian O’Conner, is something that we all miss. Today, whenever we watch the Fast and Furious films, we still cry to the fact that we will never get to see him again. This is a tragic moment for the fans. But the love still goes on even after his sad loss. You want to know how? Keep reading.
The undying motivation on Instagram
Even after his death, Paul’s Instagram is alive and kicking with some serious motivation. His posts are always something to look forward to. They always leave us with a smile and craft a good memory of him in his prime time. Although the Instagram account is run by his team, the love still remains the same. Let’s take a recent instance. Recently, a day ago, the page posted a photo of Paul with a Theodore Roosevelt quote.
It looks like the picture is from one of the many movie premieres. We’re guessing that it’s mostly Fast and Furious. The quote is, “Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” In many ways, this does make us cry that we will not be able to see him again.
When the music video, “See You Again” came out, it was probably the best kind of send-off that one can ever receive. The video is now the second most viewed video on YouTube. But that is not the highlight. Even after his loss, Paul is still loved.
Brian O’Conner is still alive
Paul might be gone but his character isn’t. The famous Brian O’Conner is still alive in the franchise. The only thing that will happen is that they will show him living a peaceful life with his son, Jack, and wife, Mia. Dom said that he promised Brian to never get him back into that life. But we never know as to how they are going to eliminate Brian’s character from the series. We don’t know if they ever really will.
But to come to an end, Paul Walker lives on in our hearts. He will always be our Brian and a loved man to the entire world. May God rest his soul.