"There's always a name.
Lincoln, Hitler, Gandhi ... the name may inspire terror, wonder ... sometimes great things.
But there are millions of people making a name, confronting a people things that they never imagined they never imagined they could.
In the moments that matter, even our own names, they are nothing more than sounds that people use to differentiate.
What we are, is not it.
The real issues are deeper:
I can change? I could help?
there is a chain that binds us to each and every one of us, so ... you feel its pull or ignore it.
I try to feel it, try to cope with the darkness as a woman, and I need more than that.
You do not have to remind me, do not even know who I am ...
But I do.