Aayla Secura: I am sure you are aware that the Jedi did not initiate the clone wars. Our only intention was to end it and restore peace to our galaxy.
Tee Watt Kaa: What difference does it make who started the war and who only wants to end it? No side is free of fault. It takes two to fight.
Aayla Secura: But isn't liberty worth fighting for?
Tee Watt Kaa: But is it worth killing for? Fighting for something doesn't necessarily mean you have to destroy everything in your path. Only when you lay your arms down and pursue a course of nonviolence can you make this claim to me that the Jedi are peacekeepers.
Aayla Secura: We are peacekeepers. We are Jedi from the galactic Republic. Our ship crashed a few miles away, and one of us is very badly injured. We need your help.
Tee Watt Kaa: Violence breeds violence. Jedi are no peacekeepers.
Ahsoka Tano: We're fighting for freedom.
Tee Watt Kaa: And freedom and peace require fear and death? We colonized this system to find solace from your wretched war. We came here to find peace. You must leave. You will only destroy what small amount of peace is left in the galaxy. You will only bring the destruction of us.
Aayla Secura: I can still sense your worry for Anakin, your attachment to him.
Ahsoka Tano: It's just... I get so confused sometimes. It's forbidden for Jedi to form attachments, yet... we are supposed to be compassionate.
Aayla Secura: It is nothing to be ashamed of, Ahsoka. I went through the same process when I was your age with my own master. He was like a father to me. I realized that for the greater good, I had to let him go. Don't lose a thousand lives just to save one.
Ahsoka Tano: Maybe. But that doesn't mean that I can't try to save his life.