People read words from while heading to work, they take screenshots of her poems and send them on to lift up a heartbroken friend.
Whatever your feelings about her, Kaur has been instrumental in providing young women of the world with a new kind of vocabulary to express their feelings, to articulate them with artless candour.
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Maybe it's a wall of "you're not good enough" or "maybe next time" as you frantically chase your dreams.
And slowly, you begin to learn that your world is filled with joy, but also with pain. We have been pandering to stereotypes since time immemorial, it sometimes feels to me. Those "lines" are blurring today as people are coming to terms with the fact that gender does not - and must not - define preferences, but we still have a long, long road to tread before this is a belief that is universal.
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Her voice is now one that is echoed by millions of women.
Picked out a couple, I am all set to read, just have to light the scented candles. The language of love is not always flowers and a tub of chocolate (although they are very welcome). You ask yourself every question you can think of, what, why, how come, and then your sadness turns to anger. It drives me, feeds me, and makes one hell of a story." - Jennifer Salaiz Rejection is one of the many painful inevitabilities of life.
It is the little ways in which someone takes care of you that melts your heart more than an OTT date night. As much as we'd like it, a life without facing a single "no" exists only on the colourful pages of fairy tales. The life that actual, breathing beings lead are often built on "nos", on being forced to face rejection before you finally get that "yes".
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