Celia Mcmahon Quotes

Celia Mcmahon Quotes

I see my father. I see him gone away. My world is a little bit colder.

I can pick a liar from a lineup of thieves and slanderers: the best of the best. I was hoping you would not resist the information we need but I must ask you now to answer my question truthfully and to choose your next words wisely. What does the key open?

You have such faith,” he tells me. “Let it be bigger than your fears.

I can't. If I do, I will second guess myself and nothing would get done. I'd stay in one place. I'd let my fear get me.

There it is again. Promises. They used to hold such high value when I was younger. Now they just bore into my heart like a knife just waiting to twist. I brush the sand from my pants.

Everyone is good at heart. We all do things with the greatest of intentions and most of the time we do it for selfish reasons. Myself included.

My cousin. His name is Abel. He is two years older than I. Next to my father, he is dearest to my heart.

I lost my family,” he says softly. The tone of his voice justifies my earlier regret. “If you have nothing to love, you have nothing to lose. Even your own life becomes meaningless.

Since the beginning of time there was always stories like this,” he replies. “As children we reveled in the dream that there was a place out there that was different from the one we lived in.

May your dreams be fleeting,” Gravier says to us and I smile. I don't want my dreams to be fleeting tonight. Tonight I hope I would see something, anything to put my mind at ease. I fear I would get the opposite but I still drift off in the hope if they were of the nightmarish kind, that then they would be fleeting after-all.

Just because you have power, doesn't mean you should use it, especially for the wrong reasons.

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