Writers who have written books like To Kill a Mockingbird, A Fine Balance, Aparajito are exceptional. The stringing of words into sentences, the sensibilities, the analogies used are so likeable. One can't help live those scenes.
It takes integrity to compile one's thoughts and write without any inhibition. To speak of one's gullibility during childhood; about periods of infatuations at adolescence; about the helplessness that haunts us when everything appears lost. To tell somebody i'm flawed; i think negative about somebody, i guess it's tough.
I've wondered whether i can talk in a forthcoming manner. Without any hesitation, putting my thoughts straight across. I've started appreciaiting it. Wish i could do it someday.