Identity | Eisha Junejo | Kendrick School





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Published on Jun 3, 2019

This talk explores the idea of your identity not being your own completely, but still determines the person you are and become. The choices and decisions in every step of your way become a part of your identity even if it is chosen for you or influenced. The judgements made about you are solely based on those choices you made or the person you have become. Small choices and decisions lead to bigger judgements.

Eisha Junejo is a unique individual who has an interest in the roles that individuals adopt, which corresponds to their behaviour in different environments to be presented a certain way. In addition, she understands the importance of being yourself.

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