Do you have a favorite quote? If so, what is it?

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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

Before you embark on a journey for revenge, dig two graves.  Confucius.

All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. Edmund Burke

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Kk polly answered

"Of course I have insecurities, but I don't hang out with anyone who points them out." -Adele

I actually know someone who does this, but she doesn't mean to. Either way she is rather annoying, but she has a good heart.

misaki usui Profile
misaki usui , "let us not burden our rememberance with the heaviness that is gone", answered
"Forty thousand brothers could not, with all their quantity of love, make up my sum.”
   

Ray Dart Profile
Ray Dart answered

"When you are up to your a*** in alligators it can be difficult to remember that the original objective was to drain the swamp."

RAWR Said the Dinosaur Profile

"Were you lonely?"

"Yes"

*pulls him in a tight embrace."

"I love you Yuji..." *smile* "It's okay, I can see you..."

-Back story: It's a line from a book that pulls at my heartstrings. These two guys (Kana and Yuji) would hide away in the attic of their school when things got rough, they fell in love and when the new semester started, they were pulled away from one another and couldn't meet as often. When they finally could, Kana was looking for Yuji and was told by a teacher that he had died months ago from a terminal illness... The " I can see you" part refers to heaven (I'm an atheist and still loved it.) Kana pole vaulted and Yuji asked him if he could see heaven. (when he was still alive) Kana believed Yuji would be in heaven so as he read the letter that Yuji left with the teacher for him, Kana said it was okay, he could see him.. The end of the letter said "I love you.."

It's sad because when Yuji found out Kana pole vaulted, he asked him if they could see heaven together. Kana brushed it off and only really found comfort with Yuji's belief after he died.


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