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Purple Moon Purple Moon by Tessa Emily Hall
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“Without the dark, we’d never see the stars. There also would be no use for the moon if there was never a night.”
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“My own life is a fairy tale story—one that has already been written by the hands of God.”
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“The moon is your reminder that God is never-changing, and you can always depend on Him to hear your prayers.”
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“That’s what gives me hope, knowing that the moon that glowed in the sky on that magical night is the same one above us now.”
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“Scars can actually be proof of a healing wound.”
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“What if we could paint the moon a different color? Like—purple?”
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“Hiding a wound can cause a serious infection without healing. It has to be exposed and washed. Sure, the cleansing may cause pain at first—but, in the end, it brings healing, as well as relief.”
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“Who do those boys think they are, treating us as if we are their property, taking away our innocence?”
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“This world can’t be all that bad. Sure, bad stuff happens—but there’s good hidden in every bad situation. You just have to find it.”
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“I wonder if only artists can feel peace like this—such a gentle, inconspicuous peace that an ordinary person might not even notice.”
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“There has to be more to life. Sure, bad stuff happens, but what about all the good stuff?”
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“There’s beauty in letting go. It doesn’t have to be so painful.”
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“It’s easy to be a Christian when you’re living the perfect life. It’s easy to live a perfect life when God seems to be showering you with blessings.”
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“Life is too short, you know? You have to make the best of it. Do things most teenagers wouldn’t do.”
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“Nothing. Just—I really don’t consider myself a Christian. If there is a God, and if He really loves me, then why did all that stuff have to happen? None of it makes sense.” “Trust me.” Austin lets out a sigh. “I know what you mean.” I shiver. Are these sudden chills brought on by the sincerity in Austin’s voice, or by the light breeze coming off the lake? “But you know,” he continues, “without the dark, we’d never see the stars. There also would be no use for the moon if there was never a night.” I”
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“I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.” - C.S. Lewis. Other”
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