Thursday Quoteables 5/14/20

Thank you Lisa for hosting this great meme!

Welcome to Thursday Quotables! This feature is the place to highlight a great quote, line, or passage discovered during your reading each week.  Whether it’s something funny, startling, gut-wrenching, or just really beautifully written, Thursday Quotables is where my favorite lines will be, and you’re invited to join in!

You are worth seven-dollar lilies. You are worth anything that instantly makes your life better.

I used to think I was the only one who struggled with this. I would spend money on others and not even think twice about it. But I question every single purchase I make for myself. Do I really need this? Could I be doing other things with the money I use to buy this? Is this a waste?

Always respect life. Then you’ll value yours. The hard part isn’t turning you into a killer. The hard part is keeping you human.

Evan was pulled from the orphanage as a kid and trained to be an assassin. His handler did everything in his power that Evan kept his humanity in the process.

But once you’ve come face-to-face with real madness and returned, once you’ve found yourself to be a bridge between the two worlds, you can never turn your back again.

It’s hard to see the world the same once you experience something so overwhelming and outrageous you question if it was reality.

What does it mean to watch? When a crime takes place in front of you, what is watching? Is it a failure to act or is it simply keeping your eyes open?

The main character in this book is twelve or thirteen years old. His friend attacks a girl their age and leaves her for dead. He does nothing to stop nor help and he lives to regret his inaction for the rest of his life.

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