Mary E. Pearson Quotes

Mary E. Pearson Quotes

Some things aren't meant to be known. Only believed.

It's other people who make us wise, and I haven't known nearly enough.

Faith and science, I have learned, are two sides of the same coin, separated by an expanse so small, but wide enough that one side can't see the other. They don't know they are connected.

It's the unknown that I fear, the bites of memories that still have no connections.

Today was the day a thousand dreams would die and a single dream would be born.
The wind knew. It was the first of June, but cold gusts bit at the hilltop citadelle as fiercely as deepest winter, shaking the windows with curses and winding through drafty halls with warning whispers. There was no escaping what was to come.

Ascente cha ores ri ve breazza."
"Turn your ear to the wind," she interpreted. "Stand strong.

The world before us is a postcard, and I imagine the story we are writing on it.

I created an icicle sculpture in the snow. White on white.

It can take years to mold a dream. It takes only a fraction of a second for it to be shattered.

Until one comes who is mightier,
The one sprung from misery,
The one who was weak,
The one who was hunted,
The one marked with claw and vine,
The one named in secret,
The one called Jezelia.

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