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Quotes from Sarah

Orson Scott Card ·  341 pages

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“Love is finding that the things you like best about yourself are not in you at all, but in the person who completes you”
― Orson Scott Card, quote from Sarah

“Faith doesn't mean that you never doubt. It only means that you never act upon your doubts.”
― Orson Scott Card, quote from Sarah

“Sometimes happiness consists of finding the right balance of misery.”
― Orson Scott Card, quote from Sarah

“Love is finding that the things you like best about yourself are not in you at all, but in the person who completes you”
― Orson Scott Card, quote from Sarah

“The reason for a woman’s life,” said Sarai, “is the same as the reason for a man’s—so that she might have joy.”
― Orson Scott Card, quote from Sarah

“calling a man a god did not elevate the man, it only diminished the idea of godhood.”
― Orson Scott Card, quote from Sarah

“Still, she said nothing, because his words came from God, and hers from grief. To him, it was as if what the Lord had promised were already fulfilled; he thought of himself as a man with many children, and it didn't occur to him that she did not live in that world.”
― Orson Scott Card, quote from Sarah

“The love of a good man, for a good woman. The love of good friend for each other. The love of parents for children, and children for parents. The love of brothers and sisters. The memory of joy and grief, which all becomes joy when enough time has passed. This is the treasure that I have won through all the years of my journey through this life.... And every bit of it I'll take with me beyond the grave. I'll meet God then... and I will take all these treasures and lay them out before his feet, for God can see them easily even if mortal man cannot. And I'll kneel before the treasures and say, "O God, I thank thee for giving these to me during my life on Earth. No daughter has been better loved than I, nor any wife, nor any mother. I never deserved them. They were not mine by right. But I hope that, having been given such gifts so undeservingly, I used them well, and gave back to thee a life that was worthy.”
― Orson Scott Card, quote from Sarah

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Orson Scott Card
Born place: in Richland, Washington, The United States
Born date August 24, 1951
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