As a child, I was really insecure and I didn’t look people in the eyes. I was very sensitive and eyes are the mirror of the soul for me. I didn’t want the world to see me. Some new people around me, noticed months later that I had different eyes. And then I had to look at them, so they could see my eyes better. I always felt uncomfortable in that moments. After years of hiding myself behind a lot of invisible masks, someone said to me: “Your left eye is your mask, and your right eye is who you are.” And that is true. Now I dare to be different: I accept and love myself for who I am.