seek only those who are worthy. find only those who are strong.
here’s the thing, here’s the really, really important thing, here’s what keeps jason scott up at nights when he’s imagining all the things he could do wrong: none of them are worthy and none of them are strong.
how can they be? they’re kids. they’re teenagers, second only in weakness to babies. children, at least, survive bruised skin and broken bones. teenagers can barely survive broken hearts.
kimberly hart cuts out old pictures of her ex-boyfriend from her high school scrapbook and thinks, it was a fluke, it was a mistake, we all just happened to be there, surely nobody in their right mind would pick a dethroned cheerleader to save the world?
surely nobody would actually think five teenagers from angel grove could be superheroes?