「Harold Finch」 “I’m going to kill you. But I need to decide how far I’m willing to go… how many of my own rules I’m willing to break to get it done.” —————– 「Loretha"Cookie"Lyon」 “The streets aren’t made for everybody, that’s why they made sidewalks.” —————– 「Raymond Reddington」 “There is nothing that can take pain away, but eventually you will find a way to live with it .” —————– 「Frank Underwood&Claire Underwood」 “We don’t submit to terror, we make the terror” —————– 「Diane Lockhart」 “You can slice an opponent to shreds, smiling the whole time, and they come back thanking you” —————– 「Bobby Axelrod」 “Well then, it’s a good thing I’m a rich fucking man.” —————– 「Annalise Keating」 “You call it crazy,I call it winning.”
“Lately, I find the truth has become so elusive, often imaginary. But, in the end, it’s all that we’re left with, isn’t it? What is real, what you can taste and touch and feel. The words that pass between us as we look each other in the eye are all we have to hold onto. The truth.I hold it dear.”
A farmer comes home one day to find that everything that gives meaning to his life is gone. Crops are burned, animals slaughtered, bodies and broken pieces of his life strewn about. Everything that he loved taken from him - his children. One can only imagine the pit of despair, the hours of Job-like lamentations, the burden of existence. He makes a promise to himself in those dark hours. A life’s work erupts from his knotted mind. Years go by. His suffering becomes complicated. One day he stops - the farmer who is no longer a farmer - sees the wreckage he’s left in his wake. It is now he who burns, he who slaughters, and he knows in his heart he must pay.