Our theme is: “Through adapting to self-imposed restrictions, an individual can grow above their natural limits to create their own unique identity.” We believe that everyone is born with limits that dictate how far they can develop. These limits are on every single individual, whether they be your local baker or the son of the Prime Minister. The limits might be different for each person as the Prime Minister’s son might never be able to live his life without being assaulted by media and, chances are, the baker will never be able to expand his shops to a multi-millionaire business. Furthermore, these bounds are present within every aspect of one’s life including things like the relationship with their family. The fact of the matter is, everyone is chained to a certain limit which they cannot ordinarily grow above. Not only that, when being chained by these limits, the individual is incapable of creating their own unique identity. The Prime Minister’s son’s identity will remain just that and not the unique one that distinguishes him from his parent, up until the moment he can surpass his limits a process that can only be done through adapting to self-imposed restrictions. Adapting to self-imposed restriction is a weird phrase and to properly understand it, it must be split into two different parts. First of all, what are self-imposed restrictions.This is more about deciding one’s priorities and then restricting other parts of one’s life accordingly so that you can grow further in your top priority. A great example of this is every student sitting in this room right now. Every one of us here, has at some point in our life, chosen our priorities and appropriately limited other sides of our lives.