Juliet Marillier Quotes

Juliet Marillier Quotes

The future was in our own hands. If we wanted a world where such things were possible, it was for us to make it.

Trust is a thing you know without words.

All that he had of her was his memory, where he held every moment, every single moment that she had been his. That was all he had, to keep out the loneliness.

I like the truth, even when it does trouble me.

There is no truth on this island of yours. Rather, there are as many truths as there are stars in the sky; and every one of them different.

If a man truly loves, he gives no heed to what others may think. His heart has no room for that, for it is filled to the brim with the unutterable truth of his feelings.

This is a long goodbye, yet not time enough. I have no aptitude for this. I cannot learn this. I would hold on, and hold on, until my hands clutch at emptiness.

I wonder how it takes you, that moment when everything turns to shadows. - Somerled.

And as I watched him, I knew that in every dark night there was, somewhere, a small light burning that could never be quenched.

So you do believe in... true love? she whispered.
I took a deep breath, I think I have to, I said, blinking back tears. Without it, we're all going nowhere.

We cannot know the future. All we can do is face it bravely. We should take heed of those we love and respect. But in the end, we make every decision alone.

Goodbye Curly. I'll see you next summer. Keep out of trouble, now, until I come back.

It becomes easy," Finbar said. "It's in the training; the ability to see your enemy as something other than a real man. He is a lesser breed, defined by his beliefs - you learn to do with him what you will, and bend him to your purpose.

There's a light shining in him, moving him forward: the light of freedom. That's what draws all of us to follow, to take risks, to keep on fighting when we see our comrades fall beside us. But there's no light without shadow.

We don't say cannot here at Shadowfell,' Tali put in firmly, silencing him. 'And we don't say impossible.

His touch was like a bard's on his instrument, and it awakened a deep and mysterious music in my body.

My world was changing, and I was not ready for it.

But some things did not change...
Courage, for instance. Dedication to a cause. Comradeship. When they were strong and pure, when they came from deep in the bone, those qualities could hold fast against all odds.

With courage and hope, we can conquer our fears and do what we once believed impossible.

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