M.L. Stedman Quotes

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M.L. Stedman Quotes

All you need is patience and a bit of nous.
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It is a luxury to do something that serves no practical purpose: the luxury of civilization.

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Sometimes it's good to leave the past in the past.

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When it comes to their kids, parents are all just instinct and hope. And fear. p.276

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Being over there changes a man. Right and wrong don't look so different anymore to some.

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If a lighthouse looks like it's in a different place, it's not the lighthouse that's moved.

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The law's the law, but people are people.

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Once a child gets into your heart, there's no right or wrong about it.

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All you need is patience and a bit of nous.

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He was a practical man: give him a sensitive technical instrument, and he could maintain it; something broken, and he could mend it, meditatively, efficiently. But confronted by his grieving wife, he felt useless.

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Victorious and dead is a poor sort of victory

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Perhaps none of this existed, for the inches between them seemed to divide two entirely different realities, and they no longer joined.

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Only gradually did he notice she was pretty, and more gradually still that she was probably beautiful.

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There, all gone, Luce." And the little girl continued to open and squint shut her eyes. "All gone," she said eventually. Then, "More 'tato!" and the hunt began again. Inside, Isabel swept the floor in every room, gathering the sandy dust into piles in the corner, ready to gather up. Returning from a quick inspection of the bread in the oven, she found a trail leading all through the cottage, thanks to Lucy's attempts with the dustpan.

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So many men who had dodged death over there now seemed addicted to its lure.

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A goblin thought jumps onto her shouder: what's the point of tomorrow?

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The sky gets crowded at night, and it is a bit like watching a clock, seeing the constellations slide across the sky. It's comforting to know that they'll show up, however bad the day has been, however crook things get. That used to help in France. It put things into perspective-the stars had been around since before there were people. They just kept shining, no matter what was going on.

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