I celebrate communication, introspective and outward. Especially communication that breaks any boundary. Whether it's someone watching a hundred-year-old Shakespeare play and somehow still being able to understand that language and the still-prevalent human themes within it. I celebrate breaking the boundary of language with someone, either through their culture of food, or body language, or that unspoken yet profound middle ground. An agreement of experience in a shared look. We want to understand one another over time, over distance, over class and walls of privilege. Communication (both speaking and listening) can be an act of acknowledgement of each other, an act of bravery and of humility. I'm trying to have a wider understanding of the world, and politics, and what my actions do. I stand for asking questions constantly, and for getting excited about not knowing the answer.