Whether it’s a coworker, acquaintance, or just someone you want to get to know a little better; it can be hard to make a connection with people. Not to worry though, I’m here to help withsome questions to get to know someone… even yourself…
What keeps you up at night?
What’s the most surprising self-realization you’ve had?
What’s the most illegal thing you’ve done?
What lie do you tell most often?
What do you regret not doing?
What gives your life meaning?
What do you most often look down on people for? What do you think other people look down on you for?
What bridges do you not regret burning?
What are you most insecure about?
How do you get in the way of your own success?
What’s one thing you did that you really wish you could go back and undo?
What are you afraid people see when they look at you?
“Living in a world where everybody wears masks due to lack of self-identity, a brave girl encounters the truth that sets her free”
“Identity” is a project made for the youth in schools.
Ζώντας σε έναν κόσμο όπου ο καθένας φοράει μάσκες, λόγω της έλλειψης ταυτότητας, μια γενναία κοπέλα συναντά την αλήθεια που την ελευθερώνει.
Μην αφήνετε την κοινωνία να καθορίζει την ταυτότητά σας, ή να ορίζει ποιος θα πρέπει να είσαστε.
Η αλήθεια είναι ήδη μέσα σας. Μην χάσετε το ποιος/ποια πραγματικά είσαστε.
Since the ancient carnival times, the habit of wearing masks and costumes has given birth to a flourishing trade, with specialized artisans producing more and more extravagant and sophisticated masks. Among the most famous and diffused costumes, especially in the 17th century, the so-called baùta consisted of a particular white mask under a black hat and a black cloak. It was even used outside the carnival period to court someone anonymously.