A Spark of Light Quotes

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It was the color of safety; the color of warning. It said: I’m here if you need me. It said, Do what you want to me; I’m not going.”
-- Narrator (Five p.m.)

Importance: This quote is important because it describes the nature of the Center. Vonita chose to paint the building a bright orange so that it would stand out to women who needed their help. That is why the author calls it “the color of safety.” However, because abortion is a volatile subject, the author also calls it “the color of warning.” Literally, orange is used for many safety-related items, such as cones and barrels used to remind people to stay safe and to warn them of a potentially hazardous situation.

True, she believed all artists were restless, but they weren’t always running in pursuit of something. Sometimes they were running away from where they had been.
-- Narrator (Five p.m.)

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