Destiny looked somewhat worried. He watched as Bright eyes told that she was't sure about her future. "Well, there's two sides to that coin. And... well, you have no real choice but to accept the choices you've already made, so you're not in an unusual position... And perhaps... You've already found what you're looking for but you've never been aware of it? After all, you seem plenty happy when you're not thinking about this all, right?" He mentioned to her, referring to how she usually felt. Perhaps that's what she needed to know? He hadn't a clue, it wasn't an issue he dealt with often, but he's had plenty a discussion with people who felt the same, feeling their cutie mark was a mystery.
"You should probably sleep on it. It's unpleasant now, but the day you get bad news in is always a little worse then the day after." he said, although with a long enough pause to give her a chance to talk, first. The two were already by the hotel. It wasn't a spectacular building, by far. It was far more humbling and the shape of a inn, although somewhat taller than an usual inn. Before walking inside with her, he gave her a chance to reply and say something more. He remained close to the wall by the entrance of the hotel. one of the street lights shone close to them, the cold of night and the light of the city surrounding them. It wasn't completely silent, though, with many a pony walking outside at early night in Canterlot. There were many nighttime parties and luxurious festivities.