On this page we shall create a list of prompts to practise with. Please feel free to write and add your own (sensible ones only):

¨ It is only when we understand our own identity that we can have a sense of belonging
¨ To be truly happy and to find our place in the world we must be aware of our own identity
Through understanding differences we understand ourselves
¨ Stereotypes can blind us to our true nature
¨ Cultural identity is a benchmark for understanding others
¨ Our sense of belonging is bound up in our cultural identity
¨ Sameness and difference does not matter as long as there is belonging.
¨ Someone might search forever for a place to belong.
¨ It is through observing others that we gain our sense of ourselves and where we belong.
¨ We will only find belonging in the place between sameness and difference.
¨ As our sense of self shifts so does our place of belonging.
¨ Our sense of self can be clouded by the personalities of others.
¨ Crises can be the turning points in our awareness of identity
¨ Our sense of ourselves can turn on everyday events
¨ We all gain our sense of identity from interacting with those around us
¨ Individuality can be over ridden by the influences of the group
¨ It is important to stand up for ourselves in the face of the group.
¨ The individual is defined by group identity.
¨ The impact of a crisis on our sense of identity and belonging can be both positive and negative
¨ A crisis can break the ties which define both group and individual.
¨ We can only know ourselves when we understand the impact of the group.
¨ We are categorised by our actions rather than our words
¨ Pigeon holes can both free us and hold us back
¨ It is only by considering our lives that we can achieve our sense of belonging
¨ Only when we challenge ourselves will we find where we belong.
¨ A momentary moral crisis can tell us more about ourselves than those things by which we normally define our identity.
¨ We feel most comfortable with people who belong to our own group.
¨ A crisis can be exciting as it redefines who we are and where we belong
¨ Our identity and sense of place is defined and changed by the stages of our lives.
¨ Individuals have the right to feel valued by and connected to the society in which they live.
¨ Everyone sees themselves as part of a greater society which determines who they are and what they stand for
¨ Belonging can be both a blessing and a curse for individuals.
¨ What makes someone who they are?
¨ To what extent do our identities cling to our traditions from our homeland?
¨ Is your identity static?
¨ Can we belong if we are not stereotypically normal?
¨ Are our identities trapped between different expectations?
¨ How does your identity determine your attitude?
¨ How does one achieve a sense of belonging?
¨ Do people who have similar identities belong together?
¨ Does belonging to a group shape our identities?
¨ Why do we care about appearance?
¨ Does one need a sense of belonging to be happy?
¨ Who or what determines our identity?
¨ Why do we feel the need to belong?
¨ Does our identity change as we become adults?
¨ How significant are our parents in shaping identity?
¨ How do we find our identity?
¨ Do our views on issues affect our identity?
¨ Does belonging change indifferent situations?
¨ How does your heritage influence your identity?
¨ Are identities stereotypes?
¨ How does a change of environment affect our identity?
¨ Is identity affected by our genetic code?
¨ Do people who have strong beliefs find it easier to associate with a group?
¨ Does identity change the way we perceive reality?
¨ Does our identity change according to who we are with?
¨ Do people who lack strong beliefs find it easier to belong?
¨ Can we abandon our identity?
¨ How does our environment shape our identity?
¨ What is identity?
¨ Why is belonging important?
¨ Can our identity change because of the views of people we value?
¨ Does identity necessarily matter when belonging?