10+ quotes from I, Jedi by Michael A. Stackpole

Quotes from I, Jedi

Michael A. Stackpole ·  464 pages

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“Life itself was hard enough without monosynaptic sociopaths preying on folks.”
― Michael A. Stackpole, quote from I, Jedi


“If you can't recognize the man in the mirror, it is time to step back and see when you stopped being yourself.”
― Michael A. Stackpole, quote from I, Jedi


“If the wind no longer calls to you, it is time to see if you have forgotten your name.”
― Michael A. Stackpole, quote from I, Jedi


“Do you want help?"
"No."
"Do you need help?”
― Michael A. Stackpole, quote from I, Jedi


“Life is not without pain, but life concerns itself with how we handle that pain, or joy, or confusion or triumph. Life is more than time passing before death, it is the sum and total of all we make of it.”
― Michael A. Stackpole, quote from I, Jedi


“A Two-Onebee droid doesn’t need to contract a disease to diagnose and treat it.”
― Michael A. Stackpole, quote from I, Jedi


“Your intentions will be good. Without consideration and forethought, however, your actions could still be evil. That is the problem, of course, evil is always easy and resisting it is never so. Evil is relentless; and anyone, if they tire, if they are not vigilant, can fall prey to it.”
― Michael A. Stackpole, quote from I, Jedi


“I have nothing against kids—as long as they go home with their parents at the end of the day.”
― Michael A. Stackpole, quote from I, Jedi


“This is the purpose of life, is it not? To create life is the greatest act a living creature can commit.”
― Michael A. Stackpole, quote from I, Jedi


“selflessness is the only antidote to evil. It provides the light that destroys the dark.”
― Michael A. Stackpole, quote from I, Jedi


About the author

Michael A. Stackpole
Born place: in Wausau, Wisconsin, The United States
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