You accidentally hit the ground and incidentally it hurt—it’s alright pick yourself up. Dust yourself off. They said that to guard your dignity, you have to wear a black veil. And to show your chastity, you have to wear a white one. It’s alright take them all off. For like a little sparrow, you are frail-hearted. But fear not, for you are not defined by a fall, fault, achievement, ailment or mere clothing but your wings—little, that allow you to fly into horizons you’ll never imagine.