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Revenge

Daniel: You questioned the type of man I am in print and to my face.
Emily: Sorry I questioned you. If I had a family, I'd do anything to protect them.

Emily: You can't do this. There could be consequences.
Jack: You didn't think about that when you lied to me for two years. So either I get to tell this truth or the other one. Your call.

A guilty heart is silent. Its pulse muffled by the secrets it keeps. While some believe confession can release a tortured soul, others view it as a sign of weakness. Because ultimately whatever you say, however you feel about what you've done, it's irrelevant, for the hand of death is equally unforgiving.

Aiden: You really think that Grayson's going to turn himself in?
Emily: For once I have faith.

[to Conrad] I was always drawn to the Old Testament God--the one who avenges. If you sinned, you paid a price. That seemed fair to me.

[to Daniel{ Wow, we set a date and suddenly you care how I spend my time, my money. What's next, Daniel, who I talk to?

Some believe confession helps a guilty soul find peace, releasing us from the shame and regret of our mistakes. In the face of mortality, many feel the need to seek this closure to make things right. Because if death doesn't kill us, our demons will.

Daniel: Why do I even care? My parents are rotten human beings who continually disappoint me and yet I have this inane need to protect them.
Emily: Because despite everything they're your family. And when someone comes along and threatens that bond you'll do anything to defend it.

It is believed that original sin can only be cleansed by the waters of baptism. But it is the sin that follow that are not so easily washed away. And since forgiveness of trespasses is only granted to the truly penitent pure evil can never be erased.

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