Diane Samuels

«Know your number. If you don’t know it you might forget who you are.»

Diane Samuels


«Please tell me the truth about yourself.»

Diane Samuels


«Eva: I don't want any tea.
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Diane Samuels


«Always make time to eat. Always. There’s enough starving children in the world without adding to their number»

Diane Samuels


«You mustn’t throw them away. Let me have them.»

Diane Samuels


«How can I pretend that nothing happened?»

Diane Samuels


«Don't even try making out I’m making this up. I’ve got proof. Evidence.»

Diane Samuels


«I don't want to sew.»

Diane Samuels


«What I want is irrelevant. This is your life, Faith.»

Diane Samuels


«Why won’t you help me?»

Diane Samuels


«I’m glad to be eating the bread of freedom even if it does taste like sponge buttered with greasy salt.»

Diane Samuels


«Upstairs on a bus! It’s Unbelievable»

Diane Samuels


«Don’t you trust me! What good is it if you don’t bloody trust me!»

Diane Samuels


«I have hunger.»

Diane Samuels


«What is it about me that gets them all crying? It’s not the end of the world.»

Diane Samuels


«Do not throw me out. Please.»

Diane Samuels


«Remember that we always love and think of you. Always. Mother.»

Diane Samuels


«Cheer up and give them out there a good reason to be happy.»

Diane Samuels


«We all die one day, but jewels never fade or perish. Through our children we live. That’s how we cheat death.»

Diane Samuels


«If it’s God you’re worried about, the Lord Jesus said that we needn’t keep to the old ways anymore. They had their day years ago.»

Diane Samuels