Iron Will Quotes

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P.G. Wodehouse
“It is true of course, that I have a will of iron, but it can be switched off if the circumstances seem to demand it.”
P.G. Wodehouse, Jeeves in the Morning

Melika Dannese Hick
“I know the consequences, Manon,” Ilyse conceded. “I know the fate you endured might one day be my own. But I refuse to be a prisoner for the rest of my life.”
Melika Dannese Lux, City of Lights: The Trials and Triumphs of Ilyse Charpentier

“We are different, you and I,' he said, 'as different as could be. But we are all made from the same stuff. We both have eyes to see beauty and ears to hear sweet music. We smell the same salt breeze, and when we were young we both felt the caress of our mothers. If you can believe that, and I think that you can, then realize that the same can be said for every other man, woman, and child in this world. We all care. We all love. We can imagine what other people feel.”
James Maxwell, Golden Age

K.L. Harris
“…the Sendsong was simply reflecting a truth that was in Gwena’s soul. A truth she hadn’t known was there. It revealed a terrifying strength and an iron will. The image frightened her…but it also gave her courage.”
K.L. Harris, Equillian's Key