Raising out of an identity crisis, my own mantra has revealed itself . After losing myself on emotional crusades, ideological battles, economic hostilities, cultural clashes and a conflict of values I have decided that it was time for an inner revolution. I wanted to think of myself as a country, community or institution and consequently define myself as such: politically, philosophically, heartily, spiritually, ethically, economically and so on. I wanted to bring it all on a banner of arms/flag as a symbol of the essence that I believe is rooted on me but also, my life aspirations-what I am not but I believe I can become.
I was confident that if I could hold this banner 2 minutes a day and look at the symbols that I viciously depict for the past 3 months I would become that, in other words, this banner would become my mantra. I would know what I am and what I stand for and I would be able to filter intrusive invasions.
I realize during the short period of 3 months that, I, as an individual as much as a country, I fluctuate, ideologically, philosophically, heartily and certainly economically.
I see this attempt as an opportunity to redefine myself one more time... (...)