i love that book the fault in our wallflowers
Setting the stage:
It’s that time of the year again, where we hate on Arundhati Roy—or pontificate about the politics of hating on her—what can I say, there is a time for everything, it seems. So this time, Ms. Roy is making headlines because she wrote the intro essay to Navyana’s publication…
"But don’t forget who you really are. And I’m not talking about your so-called real name. All names are made up by someone else, even the one your parents gave you. You know who you really are. When you’re alone at night, looking up at the stars, or maybe lying in your bed in total darkness, you know that nameless person inside you."
Louis Sacha (via awakenedvibrations)