All the Crooked Saints Quotes

Stiefvater, Maggie
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Is this science? Religion? It is difficult even for scientists and saints to tell the difference between the two. Perhaps it doesn’t matter. When you cultivate invisible seeds, you can’t expect everyone to agree on the shape of your invisible crops. It is wiser to simply acknowledge that they will grow well together.
-- Narrator (Chapter 1)

Importance: The Sorias seem to have many difficulties with the miracles they can and do perform. They struggle with embracing them as true miracles or as an abomination of science. This quote highlights the confusing relationship between the Sorias, religion, and their miracles-- a seemingly contradictory grouping of connections. The mentioning of seeds in this quote helps tie in the book's use of Francisco's rose seeds and the care he gives them to grow and to create a black rose. Just like Francisco's roses, the seeds are invisible to the world and cannot be seen until...

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