Montgomery Quotes

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L.M. Montgomery
“The ghosts of things that never happened are worse than the ghosts of things that did.”
L.M. Montgomery, Emily's Quest

Christine Feehan
“I wasn’t going to argue with you. Why ever would you think that? I never argue."
Lucian smiled at her. She was so small, it amazed him she was such a strong person. "Of course you do not argue. What was I thinking? Go to sleep, honey, and allow my poor body to rest."
"I’m already asleep. You’re the one gabbing.”
Christine Feehan, Dark Guardian

Nalini Singh
“However," he continued when she remained silent, her throat a knot of emotion, "it seems Montgomery could not help himself when it came to this vase. I'm afraid he has a weakness for beautiful things and has been known to relocate an item if he feels it is not being accorded the proper appreciation. Once he 'relocated' an ancient sculpture from the home of another archangel.”
Nalini Singh, Archangel's Consort

Martin Luther King Jr.
“I was in the kitchen drinking coffee when I heard Coretta cry, "Martin, Martin, come quickly!" I put down my cup and ran toward the living room. As I approached the front window Coretta pointed joyfully to a slowly moving bus: "Darling, it's empty!”
Martin Luther King Jr., The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr.

“Peace is the byproduct of understanding in conjunction with the ability to agree or disagree in harmony”
Lamont Renzo Bracy

Zita Steele
“Like Montgomery, Musashi was a physically aggressive man who devoted his entire life to mastering the art of war. Also like Montgomery, Musashi was an independent thinker who believed a warrior needed to have a well-rounded intellectual background in order to truly master strategy.”
Zita Steele, Bernard Montgomery's Art of War

“War is not an act of God. War grows directly out of the things which individuals do or fail to do. It is, in fact, the consequence of national policies or lack of policies.”
Bernard Law Montgomery, Bernard Montgomery's Art of War

“Race determines variables that yield results undesirable to one sector, while rendering a noticeable favor to others.”
Lamont Renzo Bracy

Antony Beevor
“Many historians, with an ‘if only’ approach to the British defeat, have focused so much on different aspects of Operation Market Garden which went wrong that they have tended to overlook the central element. It was quite simply a very bad plan right from the start and right from the top. Every other problem stemmed from that.”
Antony Beevor, Arnhem: The Battle for the Bridges, 1944

Zita Steele
“As a young man, Montgomery was noted by his superiors for his strong abilities as an analyst. He began the war in 1914 as a Lieutenant leading a platoon of 30 men. Within only four years, he had become the Chief of Staff of a division by age 30.”
Zita Steele, Bernard Montgomery's Art of War

“The troops must be brought to a state of wild enthusiasm. They must enter the fight with the light of battle in their eyes and definitely wanting to kill the enemy.”
Bernard Law Montgomery, Bernard Montgomery's Art of War

“High morale implies essentially the ability to triumph over discomforts and dangers and carry on with the job.”
Bernard Law Montgomery, Bernard Montgomery's Art of War