What do you stand for?
Ours is a complicated world wherein adversity is something we have to face on a day-to-day basis. This is brought about by fundamental differences between people, which are rooted in each person’s own nature, history, and circumstances. Gender, age and social standing also come into play.
It is no wonder that we often find ourselves in the face of clashing differences. It is also no surprise that we try to maintain our individuality as much as we can. We have beliefs that can either unite or define us. We develop our own personalities, stick to our own principles, and find our own interests. We have our own way of speaking. We express ourselves through dressing up in our own styles. Perhaps the most immediate outward expression of ourselves is dressing up. It is an important way to let others know who you are. How would you dress if you had to choose clothes that best represent your beliefs?
What if you had to take these clothes off? What would it reveal about you?
In this social experiment, BDO asked people to take a piece of clothing off for every “yes” to different questions:
“Do you believe that people should be treated equally?”
“Do you believe that you should have the freedom to move your own way?”
“Do you believe that you should have a place where you can start your own story?”
By stripping us down to our core beliefs, this social experiment by BDO shows us that in spite of all our differences, we are fundamentally the same.
Whether it be having a home to call our own, a car to get us where we need to be, a secure future with a growing business, or opportunities to help widen our perspective–we all have the same hopes and beliefs: aspiring for a better life for us and our families.
“Do you have a reliable partner in the journey of life?”
With BDO, these goals that unite us are possible. Whatever it is you stand for, as long as you’re thriving for a better future, BDO is here for you. BDO, finding ways to helping Filipinos achieve their aspirations. INQUIRER.net/MF
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