When I think of multilayered, I think of me.
And my students.
And my family.
And probably your family.
And the stranger on the street.
And that woman I heard about in the news story.
And the little boy who had a tantrum in the store.
You see, we are all more than meets the eye.
We all have different experiences and emotions that make us tick. We all have feelings that might not be apparent, and different upbringings and circumstances. We all have different schemas. We all react to things differently.
We all live in the same world, but have built layers upon layers of love and tears and joy and sorrow. Not one of us is the same.
We are all multilayered.
And that fascinates me.