Humans are basically have differences in various aspects, whether it's from physical, nature, and temperament. Being aware of this difference should have become an awareness in every individual, the way is to recognize, accept, and celebrate the difference. We do not necessarily know what has been passed and experienced by other individuals, therefore we need to be nice to fellow human beings without having to look at the background of that person, because of the small good things, the emergence of feelings of tolerance and mutual understanding of each other , And the differences are no longer a barrier to communicating. In my work titled "Walk in Their Walks", I showcase a process scene acquainted with new people. I deliberately all day looking for strangers to deliberately I invite to meet, tell stories, and walk with them. The things they had just been through I represented through their legs as they walked before they met me. The legs are witnesses to one's journey, until finally at a frame of photographs they see their legs meet with my feet and we share stories so I become know and understand. This process I want to convey, likened to never judge a person until we know them, we just do not know what has been experienced and passed by them. In this work I want to put forward a process more than the works and visuals, because for me the photos are proof of the process I have experienced with these people.