“It’s not time to worry yet.”
– Harper Lee
To Kill a Mockingbird, Chapter 23. Atticus to Scout, after an angry Jem wrecks Mrs. Dubose’s flower garden because of her criticism of Atticus defending a black man. He is telling Scout there will be harder times when the trial starts. Atticus says similar words throughout the novel to calm Scout and Jem down. An example of the good father who wants to care for and protect his children.