A wise man is someone who knows how to convert obstacles into resources.

What God says you are is more important than what others think of you.

For three nights he hadn’t known how to touch my mother or what to say. Before, they had never found themselves broken together. Usually, it was one needing the other but not both needing each other, and so there had been a way, by touching, to borrow the stronger one’s strength. And they had never understood, as they did now, what the word horror meant.

~pgs 20-21

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