They make you wanna be that person so damn bad. but its absolutely fucked up when they can't handle the person you are right now.
"…so that one day you realized that what you wanted had already happened, and long ago and in the dwelling place in which you lived before you began, and that every step along the way, you had carried the heart and the mind and the promise, that first set you off and then drew you on, and that: you were more marvelous in your simple wish to find a way than the gilded roofs of any destination you could reach" from 'santiago' by david whyte
womenofbroadway: “ “Cynthia Erivo, the English daughter of Nigerian immigrants, was a total unknown here until she opened as Celie in John Doyle’s stripped-down revival of The Color Purple. She gives the kind of performance — suffering, awakening,.