Acceptance Quotes

Jeff VanderMeer
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Preaching had been projecting out, imposing himself on the world, with the world then projecting onto him. But tending to the lighthouse— that was a way of looking inward and it felt less arrogant.
-- Saul Evans (chapter 0001)

Importance: Saul thinks this as he is leaving his lover’s cottage in the village, a man named Charlie. When Saul had left the larger world behind, he had done so because he had realized the hypocrisy of what he was preaching and how he was feeling.

You guard the light. And light sees everything.
-- Gloria (chapter 0001)

Importance: Gloria says this to Saul as they discuss the S&S people in the lighthouse, and how outsiders were not really welcome on the island.

You’ve never walked through an ecosystem that wasn’t compromised or dysfunctional, have you? You may think you have, but you haven’t. So you might mistake what’s right for what’s wrong anyway.
-- Ghost Bird (chapter 0002)

Importance: Ghost...

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