Nicole Grey (foenix) wrote,
Nicole Grey

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Profound Quote 4-28

It doesn't matter where you come fromm, or what you think about yourself, or where you lived, or where you went to school, or how you grew up. In the end, it's what you can do that counts.
Why don't I talk much about myself? Because I'm a walking mass of flaws, imprefections and contradictions. But 20 years from now, no one's going to care whether I had a chipped tooth or grey hair or a crummy childhood.
Because I didn't listen to the voices, and because I learned to fight. And because of all that, I did 'Babylon 5'

Dreams endure.
Your serve.

J. Michael Straczynski
Still Fighting
5 February, 1999

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