Princess Merida: If you had a chance to change your fate, would you?
Young Merida: I saw a Willo the Wisp!
Queen Elinor: A Willo the Wisp? You know, some say that Willo the Wisps can lead you to your fate.
Princess Merida: There comes a day when I don’t have to be a Princess. No rules, no expectations. A day where anything can happen. A day where I can change my fate.
The Witch: Fate be changed, look inside. Mend the bond torn by pride.
Princess Merida: There are those who say fate is something beyond our command. That destiny is not our own, but I know better. Our fate lives within us, you only have to be brave enough to see it.
Everyone must dream. We dream to give ourselves hope. To stop dreaming — well, that’s like saying you can never change your fate. Isn’t that true?
I discovered that maybe it was fate all along, that faith was just an illusion that somehow you’re in control.
My mother had a look on her face that I’ll never forget. It was one of complete despair and horror, for losing Bing, for being so foolish as to think she could use faith to change fate.
Haymitch: Embrace the probability of your imminent death, and know in your heart that there’s nothing I can do to save you.
Unseen, in the background, Fate was quietly slipping the lead into the boxing-glove.
Rapunzel: Something brought you here, Flynn Rider. Call it what you will – fate, destiny …
Flynn: A horse.