When we are stripped of our economic class, sex, gender, ethnicity, heritage, religion, sexual orientation, culture, age, ability, disability, privilege, wealth, and possessions etc; we have to look at each other for support and guidance. When we have nothing else to hide behind we have to get naked with ourselves and each other. "Getting Naked", means, being transparent, honest, truthful, real, and authentic with ourselves and others. We must be able to see the struggles that we all inherently face in order to address the needs of our communities and their members. The moment we 'Get Naked' with ourselves is the moment in which we see that we all share far more in common than we've ever realized.
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