"What do you want to do before you die?"
It's a tough, deep, personal question -- and it's a question a woman named Kalina asked when she approached complete strangers on the street in a social experiment called "Big Talk."
Many of these strangers at first struggle to answer Kalina's very big question -- but once they do, the emtional conversations that ensue are quite remarkable.
In the video, Kalina says: "Skipping the small talk means getting the chance to learn so much more about someone's life story" -- and that was the theory behind this social experiment.
"I wanted to be able to go out, meet new people, and instead of just make small talk, actually have deeper, more meaningful conversations with them.
So, these past two months, I've been going out of my way to approach - rather than walk by strangers I see on the street. Then, I skip the small talk, and cut right to the big talk by asking deeper questions." -- Kalina says in the description of her video on YouTube.
"By choosing to make big talk instead of small talk, I was able to learn what people really care about in life," Kalina says in the video.
CLICK HERE to visit Kalina's website.