How we cite our quotes:
[Jacob:] All this mandatory love-at-first-sight was completely sickening. (8.24)
Jacob complains about love-at-first-sight, because none of his pack members seems to have trouble finding their perfect mate except for him. Or, rather, his perfect mate, Bella, is not returning his feelings.
[Jacob to Bella:] "What was the point of me loving you? What was the point of you loving him? When you die…" (10.59)
Jacob believes that if Bella dies, everything they've experienced together, their sacrifices of love for each other and their joys and pains, will have been in vain.
[Jacob to Bella:] "Why do you always have to love the wrong things, Bella?" (10.156)
Jacob accuses Bella of being drawn to things that endanger her life. Do you think he's talking about Bella's choices or her fate?