"Sometimes it snows as late as May, but Summer always comes," Eleanor's 'good' doctor tells her family.
Eleanor later advocates, "An important concept in psychiatry shouldn't be, 'What's wrong with you?,' but rather, 'What's happened to you?' "
Later: "Once social change begins, it cannot be reversed; you cannot humiliate the person who feels pride; you cannot oppress the people who are not afraid anymore."
[UPDATE: the html embed got dropped; should be fixed now. 3 September 2013]