|Titilayomi had always lived her life oblivious to almost everything around her. Was it her father and mother’s strained relationship? Her father’s maltreatment towards her autistic brother, Dara? Or the real relationship between her and “her best friend?’’ She lived by her own saying “what you know would kill you”. This is a short story filled with lessons on the importance of speaking up to an injustice, understanding that pain is covered up in different ways and most importantly, learning that things aren’t always what they seem to be. She realized that people needed a share of their truth and made it a duty to tell those truths.