Quote your Character (Day 2)

Quote Brend

Day 2 of the 3-Day 3-Quote Challenge, I once again invite you to share a quote from your characters in my comments. I offer quotes from two wise men who people my pages. Both are from the series that begins with Myths of the Mirror and continues through the Dragon Soul Trilogy.

This challenge came my way thanks to LIVE LOVE LAUGH,  a fun site worth a visit.

If anyone would like to send on the 3 Day 3 Quote Challenge, here are the official rules:
1. Thank the person who nominated you
2. Post a quote a day for 3 days.
3. Each day, nominate 3 new bloggers to take part in the challenge.

Enjoy!

Here’s the second from Torin

Quote Torin

33 thoughts on “Quote your Character (Day 2)

  1. Those two characters, Brend and Torin, seem really mindful of the needs of their society. Well written. 🙂

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  2. balroop2013 says:

    I would like to offer one of my poems from ‘Sublime Shadows Of Life’ for guest post. My characters speak through poetry.

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  3. Rosanna says:

    Ah, Diana, you give us much to ponder upon with the first quote…doing nothing in the face of cruelty is tantamount to cruelty itself. This is why I rescued animals for sometime, but it was hard to get people to help by adopting. So now, I have 20# animals to care for…still there are so many animals out there….it seems like our efforts are never enough to end the cruelty…

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    • That’s the challenge, Rosanna. Even when picking just one issue, there aren’t enough hours in the day (or resources). But if we all did a little something to end suffering,.. You are an angel to those little lives that would have been wasted without your compassion and action. 🙂

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  4. Reblogged this on Riley Amos Westbook and commented:
    This is a challenge I might just have to try…I hate finding quotes in my own work, it makes me feel so vain! (My wife cackles next to me as she watches me type those words…)

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  5. What a GREAT quote! And what a brilliant way to promote your work! 🙂

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  6. Wow, both great examples of the wisdom found in your works.

    The first one is a great example of a popular ethics question; are we responsible only for the things we do, or for those we *don’t* do as well? The latter is definitely harder 😀

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  7. Misheal Crocker says:

    Both quotes are good but I really like Torin’s quote there. Very profound and quite true.

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