I have had the pleasure to read Rupi Kaur's books, "Milk and Honey" and "The Sun and Her Flowers."
At some point, everyone reads a story that touches them. Whether it was a book your mother or father read to you as a child, a book you were assigned to read in school, or a book you picked for yourself, books have the ability to make lasting impressions on us.
If anything had triggered progress in humanity, it is probably our innate, burning desire to know the unknown, to understand what we do not yet understand, and to grasp what may have been previously deemed indecipherable.
There is something to be said about the power that beholds a human being with a pen in their hand.