It reminds me of him.

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“…he died both a hero and a man in love. He couldn’t have made a different choice. And all he wanted was to be remembered. So, I thank you all, for giving his life meaning, for bringing out the very best in him, and for remembering him all these years later.”

Kristin Hannah,  The Nightingale (modified)

 

[This isn’t a direct quote, because the passage in the book was originally written about a female character, but it just struck me that it could have served as a well-worded tribute to Benjamin.]

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