from reality. I've binged almost the whole s1 and s2 of the quick comedy Ramy but I got stuck on s2e8. I don't know why but something about it just brought me to tears. Maybe i was at critical mass and the subect matter of a father's love for his son pushed me over the edge? It was also about bridging a gap of prejudice, of breaking down walls, of showing your vulnerability. The father had me in tears, especially with how authentic his want for his son to have a better life than he did was. It was just...Read full confession on reddit
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