These lines uttered by Sue, the captain's daughter shows a remarkable amount of courage and endurance in a child. Her head had swollen alarmingly and she had two enormous black eyes and she had deep cut on her arm. But she hadn't complained about her injuries because she wanted her father to concentrate on the task of getting them to shore as safely as possible without any distractions. Inspite of being just a child, she had understood the importance of prioritizing the task of their safety rather than complain about her injuries. Her family's safety was more important to her than her injuries.