"Do you think, Madame, that in heaven we will really get to see God face-to-face?"
"What if you're blind?"
"I'd expect that if God wants us to see something, we'll see it."
"Uncle Etienne says heaven is like a blanket babies cling to. He says people have flown airplanes ten kilometers above the earth and found no kingdoms there. No gates, no angels. Don't you ever get tired of believing, Madame? Don't you ever want proof?"
Madame Manec rests a hand on Marie-Laure's forehead. The thick hand that first reminded her of a gardener's or a geologist's. "You must never stop believing. That's the most important thing."
- All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr