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“Sometimes,” Catelyn said slowly, “the best thing you can do is nothing. When I first came to Winterfell, I was hurt whenever Ned went to the godswood to sit beneath his heart tree. Part of his soul was in that tree, I knew, a part I would never share. Yet without that part, I soon realized, he would not have been Ned. Jeyne, child, you have wed the north, as I did . . . and in the north, the winters will come.” - Catelyn Stark
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“Sometimes, the best thing you can do is nothing. When I first came to [[Winterfell]], I was hurt whenever [[Eddard Stark|Ned]] went to the [[godswood]] to sit beneath his [[heart tree]]. Part of his soul was in that tree, I knew, a part I would never share. Yet without that part, I soon realized, he would not have been Ned. [[Jeyne Westerling|Jeyne]], child, you have wed the [[north]], as I did... and in the north, the winters will come.” —[[Catelyn Tully]]{{ref|aSoS|20}}<noinclude>{{references}}[[Category:Feature quotes]]</noinclude>

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“Sometimes, the best thing you can do is nothing. When I first came to Winterfell, I was hurt whenever Ned went to the godswood to sit beneath his heart tree. Part of his soul was in that tree, I knew, a part I would never share. Yet without that part, I soon realized, he would not have been Ned. Jeyne, child, you have wed the north, as I did... and in the north, the winters will come.” —Catelyn Tully[1]