Here is one of the fruits of unhappiness; that it forces us to think of life as something to go through. And out the other end. If only we could steadfastly do that while we are happy, I suppose we should need no misfortunes. It is hard on God really. To how few of us He dare send happiness because he knows we will forget him if he gave us any sort of nice things for the moment....
—C. S. Lewis, Your's Jack
"Furlings, we shall go home right now if you're not going to take this ramble seriously!"
—Cornelius, Once Upon a Forest
"You leave those brooms where they are, or you'll be out of Hogwarts before you can say 'Quidditch.'"
— Madame Hooch, Harry Potter
"You're knocking on trouble's door."
— Mrs. Wingo, Doug