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Page history last edited by Heidi Trotta 11 years ago

This page contains items I want to remember to do something with later ...  to explore, think about, write about in a personal blog entry.

 

“We all wear masks. They disguise our real selves, our real faces, and they give us power. The power to portray ourselves just right in the streets, at school and especially at church, if you know what I mean. Change your mask, you become a different person. Problem is, when we wear one mask too often, it might start to cling to our face, and after a while we stop trying to pull it off. You know you in trouble when you start to believe what you see in the mirror.”

 

This powerful quote was collectively written by court involved youth for the Bird’s Eye View Script, performed on May 8th in the Cowin Center. The performance was a part of The Insight Project, a collaborative theater program for court involved youth. Participants use story telling, improvisation, character development, and other forms of communication to provide a “Birds Eye View” of the “roots and branches” of offending behavior.

 

http://blogs.tc.columbia.edu/mst/2009/07/09/birdseyeview/

 

Gandhi said: You must be the change you wish to see in the world.

 

"We are far better than we know. If we can just be made to see it, perhaps, for the rest of our lives we would be unwilling to settle for less."

 

 

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