MONOLOGUE OF THREE
Spotlights left and right behind me, throwing my own shadows. I let them communicate and a monologue of three begins. The conversation starts with suspicion and reluctance but every second we get to know each other more and more, we develop humour and sensitivity.
The most common thing in getting to know each other is the measuring between trust and distrust. Do you trust a strange person and if not, are you able to build up trust? Sometimes you've to bite the bullet to get in touch with an unfamiliar person. Sometimes you have to do it to get to know yourself better - reflection. We have to get in touch with unfamiliar lifes, to understand and to be understood. Even the smallest thing we have in common, can develop hate in love.
"Kesamarataan" (Bahasa Melayu) means equality. We will never get there if we won't accept the unfamiliar.