"But I believe true sacrifice is a victory. That's because it requires free will to give up something for someone you love, or something or someone you love more than yourself. I won't lie to you. It's a gamble. Sacrifice won’t take away pain and loss, but it wins the battle against bitterness, the bitterness that dims the light on all of the true value in our lives.”
Maythavee (Film) 19, Thai, Political Science (International Relations) Student. Obsessive fangirl.
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My fandoms include: Friends, Psych, Castle, Fringe, Merlin, Leverage, White Collar, Battlestar Galactica, Game of Thrones, Legend of the Seeker, Doctor Who, Parks and Recreation, Person of Interest, Justified, Rome, Firefly, CSI: NY, The Americans, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Les Miserables, Defiance, Orphan Black, Bates Motel, a bunch of Thai lakorn and the list goes on…
right in the feels. fuck. I cried so hard at this. It was like Bill sacrificed her son to save his son. Because there was no way the woman would’ve believed the Sharon corpse was just killed and it was a terrible play and she loved Billy, she believed in him, she expected him to be president one day and she was so heartbroken and in that moment she had nothing. No parent should outlive their children and she was alive and Billy was gone and it didn’t have to happen that way. I CRY EVERY TIME I SEE THIS EPISODE. LIKE STRAIGHT UP UGLY CRY.
Let the kings of winter have their cold crypt under the earth, Catelyn thought. The Tullys drew their strength from the river, and it was to the river they returned when their lives had run their course.
No, it’s more than that, it’s like we were always heading for this. You came to the Tardis. Then you found me again. Donna, your car. You parked your car right where the Tardis was Oh, we’ve been blind. Something’s been drawing us together for such a long time.