What is your reason for being? This activity aims to help us find out.
What you will need
Start by explaining that in Japan they have a cool thing called 'ikigai' which means your reason for being. In Scotland it's just not the sort of thing we talk about. You hear people say things like 'it is what it is' as if we shouldn't expect to live our dreams or that we have an important reason for being.
Give out prints of worksheet, or draw four circles and write within these areas:
As a group, discuss different answers. If anyone is unsure what to put, invite others to say what qualities each of them have.
Then, thinking about all of the answers think about what this says about: