Quotes by Trinity Vinton

"Few from your world believe,' Killian replied. 'And of those that do, fewer yet understand."
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"But someone has opened the door to a dark room within me, and the light has been lit within, like a beacon shining in the dark. And all is clear, and yet, still hidden in shadow, and I finally understand some of what you tell me, because someone else understands. Life is an adventure, even unto death, which is only yet another. The road is worth traveling well."
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"We're wanderers in a foreign land, looking, but never truly seeing; exploring, but never finding what we seek for; striving for our very lives, but never truly living. That is, until we truly find ourselves."
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"There is the fear of despair, of giving into things because you see no other way and you do not want for harm to befall you if you protest. . .Besides this fear, there is the fear of defiance, of fearing something because you can't help fearing it because you're a man, but holding out anyways, even if it seems there is no way out, and seeking to stamp it out because you know it's wrong and you won't go down without a fight to preserve what you believe in."
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"The Light is goodness, this much I know. It is chivalry and nobility, it is honor, peace, health, love, and brotherhood; it is like a flowery meadow, a clear brook, or a flowing river--all that is beautiful and goodly. It is found in good deeds done duly well, in the simple plea of an innocent child, in the undying hope of the young, and the honest yearnings of the old."
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