The worth of a man, knight or Templar, is proven in the theatre of war.
The true measure of a man are his deeds, not his words.
The more you doubt it, the more marvelous the miracle.
The immense heights man might ascend to art, music, culture… And instead, we fuss and fight over an arrestingly ordinary cup.
Sometimes the seeds of a man’s destruction are also the seeds of his redemption.
Sometimes the object of a man’s desire is beyond reach.
Mercenaries are not distracted by gods or symbols.
Good Christians are spies that you don’t have to pay.[to Pope Boniface VIII]
For a man of Faith, death is not the end. It’s just a passing.
Even a man who knows himself well, who knows his own dark thoughts, can surprise himself with what he’s capable of.
Danger has its compensations.
Any man who dies defending God’s will dies a noble death. Never forget that.[to Landry]