Delenn: When I had to learn English, one of the most difficult words for me was "goodbye." There is no corresponding word for "goodbye" in Minbari. All our partings contain within them the possibility of meeting again: in other places, in other times, in other lives. So you will excuse me if I do not say "goodbye."
Delenn: There are moments when we all become someone else, something other than what we are. It takes only a moment. But we spend the rest of our lives looking back at that moment in shame.
President John Sheridan: It's good to know that at least one of the old gang will be sticking around for a while.
Zack Allan: Who, me? Absolutely. Hell, I'll probably still be here when they turn off the lights.
President John Sheridan: Always be willing to fight for what *you* believe in. It doesn't matter if a thousand people agree with you or one person agrees with you. It doesn't matter if you stand completely alone. Fight for what *you* believe.
President John Sheridan: You will lose some friends and gain new ones. The process is painful but often necessary. They will change, you will change, because life is changing.
President John Sheridan: You may not be sure where you belong anymore, but home is always there. Because home is not a place. It's wherever your passion takes you.
President John Sheridan: So, you couldn't sleep either.
Capt. Elizabeth Lochley: Not really. I hear Delenn came back from Minbar last night.
President John Sheridan: Yes. The new headquarters for the Alliance are just about finished. We can go anytime.