"Human in Plural / Plural in Human" is a way in which we identify ourselves. Through this perspective, sizes, colors, religions, social classes, and race are only names, not identities in themselves.
The mirror shows us the shape of our bodies: the outside, the cover, container. When do we start to question what is inside of us? Who is that new person inside of us we should communicate with and learn about?
When we find out, when can we open up to others and tell them how our inside self is helping us to be human?
— Toto Kisaku