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I don’t believe in perfect unadulterated goodness. I believe in people being good with flaws. We are all flawed. We all have our weaknesses or our mean-spirited sides that might not be at first apparent. It’s how we deal with that that’s the important thing. It’s how we deal with our deficiencies that make us less worthy or more worthy.
Jeremy Northam, in “All Things to All People,” an interview with Ciaran Carty for the [Ireland] Sunday Tribune, 30 September 2001.

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Thomas: Margaret, darling daughter… It might come to pass that I could be held to account for my beliefs.Margaret: But the king allows for your conscience…Thomas: Nonetheless, it’s better to be prepared. Margaret: I don’t understand…?Thomas: Sweetheart… We must discuss the question of martyrdom. [Margaret starts to sob] No, no. Shh, shh… Listen. Because if I thought my wife and children would encourage me to die in a good cause, it would so comfort me, that in great joy I would merrily run to death. Please… please… [Thomas kisses Margaret on her forehead and embraces her]Margaret [crying]: Oh, father… (The Tudors, Season 2, Episode 2)
One of the most moving scenes of the entire series. I feel really sorry for Sir Thomas and his family. I wish “The Tudors” would have depicted more about his relationship towards his daughter Margaret…

abeautifulmindabeautifulheart:

Thomas: Margaret, darling daughter… It might come to pass that I could be held to account for my beliefs.
Margaret: But the king allows for your conscience…
Thomas: Nonetheless, it’s better to be prepared.
Margaret: I don’t understand…?
Thomas: Sweetheart… We must discuss the question of martyrdom. [Margaret starts to sob] No, no. Shh, shh… Listen. Because if I thought my wife and children would encourage me to die in a good cause, it would so comfort me, that in great joy I would merrily run to death. Please… please… [Thomas kisses Margaret on her forehead and embraces her]
Margaret [crying]: Oh, father…

(The Tudors, Season 2, Episode 2)

One of the most moving scenes of the entire series. I feel really sorry for Sir Thomas and his family. I wish “The Tudors” would have depicted more about his relationship towards his daughter Margaret…

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