Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
"Trivial hurts, tiny human accidents," said Firenze, as his hooves thudded over the mossy floor. "These are of no more significance than the scurrying of ants to the wide universe, and are unaffected by planetary movements."
"Professor Trelawney —" began Parvati, in a hurt and indignant voice.
"— is a human," said Firenze simply. "And is therefore blinkered and fettered by the limitations of your kind." (27.45-47)