The Armorer (about Grogu): He's no longer in your care. He is with his own kind now.
Din Djarin: I want to see him, make sure he's safe.
The Armorer: In order to master the ways of the Force, Jedi must forgo all attachment.
Din Djarin: That is the opposite of our Creed. Loyalty and solidarity are the way.
Din Djarin (to Grogu): You're very special, kid. We're gonna find that place you belong and they're gonna take real good care of you. This is Tython. That's where we're gonna try and find you a Jedi. But you have to agree to go with them if they want you to. Understand? Plus, I can't train you. You're too powerful. Don't you wanna learn more of that Jedi stuff? I agreed to take you back to your own kind, so that's what I need to do. You understand, right?
Ahsoka Tano (about Grogu): You're like a father to him. I cannot train him.
Din Djarin: You made me a promise, and I held up my end.
Ahsoka Tano: There is one possibility. Go to the planet Tython. You will find the ancient ruins of a temple that has a strong connection to the Force. Place Grogu on the seeing stone at the top of the mountain.
Din Djarin: Then what?
Ahsoka Tano: Then Grogu may choose his path. If he reaches out through the Force, there's a chance a Jedi may sense his presence and come searching for him. Then again, there aren't many Jedi left.
Din Djarin: Thank you.
Ahsoka Tano: May the Force be with you.
Ahsoka Tano (about Grogu): He's formed a strong attachment to you. I cannot train him.
Din Djarin: What? Why not? You've seen what he can do.
Ahsoka Tano: His attachment to you makes him vulnerable to his fears. His anger.
Din Djarin: All the more reason to train him.
Ahsoka Tano: No. I've seen what such feelings can do to a fully trained Jedi Knight. To the best of us. I will not start this child down that path. Better to let his abilities fade.