Indigo Girls Quotes

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“The less I seek my source for some definitive, the closer I am to fine”
Emily Saliers

“I'm made mute by the virtue of decision
And I choose most of your life goes on without me
Oh the fear I've known
That I might reap the praise of strangers and end up on my own
All I've sown was a song
But maybe I was wrong”
Emily Saliers

Sahara Sanders
“I am an alien in my own family; the society where I live considers me as a “nerd” and “strange.”
Sahara Sanders, Gods’ Food

Sahara Sanders
“I just didn’t ever fit to match the crowd, no matter how hard I tried.”
Sahara Sanders, Gods’ Food

Sahara Sanders
“Indigo People pierce the shadowy border between reality and the paranormal…”
Sahara Sanders, INDIGO DIARIES: A Series of Novels

Sahara Sanders
“She raised her eyes to the heavens and asked God for a miracle to happen to help her escape the troubles at home. Actually, Emily wasn’t sure whom exactly she was talking to, whoever or whatever was there in the sky, and yet she, for some reason, couldn’t remember for sure when and how she discovered this magic way to change the reality, but intuitively, she felt some unexplainable and very strong soul-to-soul connection to whatever warmhearted senior forces she was talking to.”
Sahara Sanders, INDIGO DIARIES: A Series of Novels

Sahara Sanders
“Another feature distinguishing Emily from the multitude was a kind of special sensitivity that couldn’t be explained from a stereotypical point of view. It was natural for her to make decisions based on so-called sixth feeling instead of logic. Sometimes, she simply felt and knew that it was right to act in a certain way, or that something particular was going to happen in the closest future.
It’s interesting that, when she tested decisions made up by intellect and the ones when followed intuition, the latter always won. But how could she explain it to an average person, like those surrounding her in everyday life?”
Sahara Sanders, Gods’ Food