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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 Aiden] We are going to unravel and destroy that little bitch.


[to Margaux] You said you've been pushed around by men your whole life? Well, I've been pushed around by women, so I get it. We both have something to prove.


[to Emily] But you're not God either. I urge you to let go of whatever grudge you may have and move on.


Patrick: My mother warned me not to trust you.
Nolan: And yet, here you are.

[to Emily] You really are becoming a Grayson, aren't you?


[to Daniel] If I needed a man to order me around, I would have gone to work for my father.


[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.

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