Top 10 Firekeeper’s Daughter Quotes by Angeline Boulley
Firekeeper’s Daughter is debut book of Angeline Boulley. It is a story of eighteen-year-old Daunis Fontaine. She never fit in her hometown and on the nearby Ojibwe reservation.
A murder and a criminal investigation brings out what it means to be a strong Anishinaabe kwe (Ojibwe woman).
The book shows the powerful spirit of Daunis — to protect her community even if it means to lose thing she love.
Here are best Firekeeper’s Daughter quotes to read.
Firekeeper’s Daughter Quotes
Inaction is a powerful choice.
When someone dies, everything about them becomes past tense. Except for the grief.
We love imperfect people. We can love them and not condone their actions and beliefs.
Kindness is something that seems small, Daunis, but it’s like tossing a pebble into a pond and the ripples reach further than you thought.
When our loved ones die, the love stays alive in the present.
Wisdom is not bestowed. In its raw state, it is the heartbreak of knowing things you wish you didn’t.
My girl, some boats are for the river and some are for the ocean.
Angeline Boulley Quotes
Love means wanting you to have a good life, even if I’m not in it.
My whole life, I’ve been seeking validation of my identity from others.
Love honors your spirit. Not just the other person’s but your own spirit too.
It wasn’t just generational trauma that got stored in our blood.
I am so tired. The weight of my expendability is crushing.
When you love someone, but don’t like parts of them.
Grief is a cruel and sneaky bastard.
Best Firekeeper’s Daughter Quotes
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