define us – the geographical boundaries of our city, the ethical or
moral boundaries that help us to live alongside one another, the
boundaries that shape our communities.
Sometimes these act as frames of reference, helping us
understand who we are, giving shape to our identity, creating a
sense of belonging or home. Other times, however, they can become
rigid, limiting our imagination, confining and separating, rather
than providing new horizons. We need to push against such limiting
boundaries, challenging, questioning and often crossing them.