Daniel: I am... and I'm not.
Sam: See, it's the "not" part that—
Daniel: What if I don't like who I was? What if I don't want to be that person? What if I don't have it in me to make up for something I've done wrong?
Theo: Listen to me, Edward. We can work this out.
Edward: No, it's too late. What if... What if I had died, never knowing what I had been? How can I confess my sins to God if I don't even know what they are? The mind forgets, but the stain remains with the soul. The blood of innocent people is still on my hands. My memories are the creation of somebody else, and my soul is the soul of a killer, and everything that I have done has been a lie.
Theo: That's not true, Edward! You've helped people, cared for people.
Edward: It's not enough. Who knows what other crimes I may have committed that they never found out about? That I don't remember. I am a murderer, Theo. The sins of my former life must be atoned for. There must be justice. I know that now.
Theo: Edward... Edward! If you ask God to forgive your sins, He knows what they are, even if you've forgotten. Leave it in His hands.
Greed: He wasn't my friend!
Ling: Then why do you remember him? And are you going to try and tell me Bido was making everything up?
Greed: Those are the last Greed's memories! They're not mine!
Ling: Then why are you in so much pain?