A Quote by Terry Goodkind on worst thing possible, consequences, and inaction

When Kahlan first told me about the history of the three lands, she said the council had taken actions that had made the death of a wizard's wife and daughter at the hands of a quad stand for nothing, and as punishment the wizard did the worst thing possible to them: he left them to suffer the cosequences of their own actions.

Terry Goodkind

Source: Wizard's First Rule (Sword of Truth, Book 1), Pages: 106

Contributed by: Fred