Plotting Thoughts 6/17/12

The sins of the parents often trickle down to the child. And depending on how public (well-known) the sin,the bigger the trickle. Now the question is: How big do I want this character’s trickle to be?

RBH

Without being forgiven, released from the consequences of what we have done, our capacity to act would … be confined to one single deed from which we could never recover; we would remain the victims of its consequences forever, not unlike the sorcerer’s apprentice who lacked the magic formula to break the spell.

HANNAH ARENDT

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