Terry Goodkind

Stone of Tears

    acidoshas quoted2 years ago
    Adie gaped at him. “I don’t see bones. I see flesh.”
    acidoshas quoted2 years ago
    Adie folded her arms with a muttered curse
    acidoshas quoted2 years ago
    “I don’t really remember their voices telling me what must be done. It was more of a feeling that filled me with the need. My son—he looked up—’the one who died… he was with me, and heard them also.
    acidoshas quoted3 years ago
    “Richard, I…”
    “What you felt was the least of what the Agiel can do.” He picked it up again and touched the tip to the inside of his other forearm. Blood gushed from under the Agiel. He took it away.
    acidoshas quoted3 years ago
    The questions were beginning to make the older women nervous, and to frustrate Kahlan.
    acidoshas quoted3 years ago
    The seamstresses back in Aydindril had nothing over Weselan with her fine bone needles. They settled on a simple design fashioned something like a kirtle.
    acidoshas quoted3 years ago
    I hold the Sword of Truth, and the responsibilities that go with it, whatever they are
    acidoshas quoted3 years ago
    Should we see to your silence, then, in a “truer” way?” Sister Margaret held his dark gaze until it at last broke with a downward glance.
    acidoshas quoted3 years ago
    Maybe it lived in a hole, and it had gone there
    Sally Kurasbedianihas quoted5 years ago
    The Second Rule is that the greatest harm can result from the best intentions. It sounds a paradox, but kindness and good intentions can be an insidious path to destruction. Sometimes doing what seems right is wrong, and can cause harm. The only counter to it is knowledge, wisdom, forethought, and understanding the First Rule. Even then, that is not always enough."
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