Mohinder Suresh : He did it, you know. He discovered them. His theory was right.
Mrs. Suresh : And that is good news, yes?
Mohinder Suresh : Why didn't he tell me?
Mrs. Suresh : He wanted you to live your own life. So, now that you know about them, what will you do?
Mohinder Suresh : Find them, tell them who they are if they don't already know, warn them of the dangers they face.
Mrs. Suresh : And who will protect *you*?
Mohinder Suresh : [voiceover] We are, if anything, creatures of habit - drawn to the safety and comfort of the familiar.
Zach : Do they actually believe that grain is a vegetable?
Mohinder Suresh : [voice over] But what happens when the familiar becomes unsafe, when the fear that we have been desperately trying to avoid, finds us where we live?
Mohinder Suresh : You came to me in my dream last night.
Sanjog Iyer : I don't come to anyone. They come to me.
Mohinder Suresh : Why? Why do they come to you?
Sanjog Iyer : They have questions that need answers.
Mohinder Suresh : I am not sure that I have a question.
Sanjog Iyer : [chuckles] Yes. You do.
Mohinder Suresh : I have two paths in front of me. I need to know which one to take. Which one's my destiny?
Sanjog Iyer : You already have the answer that you seek.
Mohinder Suresh : What is it? What's my answer?
Mohinder Suresh : [voiceover] We are all, at our cores, the sum of our fears. To embrace destiny, we must, inevitably, face those fears and conquer them. Whether they come from the familiar... or the unknown.