“When you fall in love, it is discovering the ocean
after years of puddle jumping.”
With the honest and painful words by Sarah Kay bring us the realizations of how women are treated on every surface of the world. It brought us the definition that women wanted love too, they wanted to be appreciated not just because of their body that drives the force of lust and sex but also the love that they wanted to receive. With the compelling illustrations of the book, it gave us the glimpse of hope, salvage, sacrifice and deafening silence into our soul.
Sarah Kay delivers us a message that will forever engrave into our heart — she will change your perspective on things and will make you appreciate that women should be treated with respect and utmost loyalty.
“Being loved is not the same thing as loving.”
My ratings: 5 stars!