Quotes from “Orphan Train” by Christina Baker Kline

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May they always make beautiful music together
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The things that matter stay with you, seep into your skin.
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I’ve come to think that’s what heaven is—a place in the memory of others where our best selves live on.
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heaven is—a place in the memory of others where our best selves live on
Fatma Wulansari
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I learn that Burma is the largest country in Southeast Asia, that it borders India and China and Siam.

Interesting, really?

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the thread,
and
darcivicente
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who handed me the thread,

quem me entregou a thread,

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to find some shred of meaning even in the worst experiences
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So is it just human nature to believe that things happen for a rea
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My da said he was allergic to religion, it never did anybody any goo
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On TV once she heard a relationship expert say that you can’t find peace until you find all the
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we absorb them through our soles.
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the people who matter in our lives stay with us, haunting our most ordinary mome
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They’re the ones who haunt us,” she says. “The ones who have left us behind
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Yes, I do. I believe in ghosts.”
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