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Face under masks

Have you ever wondered why someone behaves differently than what he is? Why wear a mask when she is with you? The person we have are actually our versions. A word is usually associated with something negative in terms of manipulation, but in fact more faces represent the ability of the person to adapt to the new situation. There is nothing without experience. What we are consisted of is our original IA with whom we are born. In childhood, we are unformed clay with some of its internal mechanisms and properties. Life is a day-to-day masquerados where we dress the suit depending on where we are going. In a large number of cases, we actually do not wear masks, but we show a certain version of ourselves. However, there are situations where people use masks that are not part of them, which are artificial creatures, with a clear goal of losing one’s true self. When the mask represents a flight of reality, the problems of identity and acceptance of self, which lead to discontent with life, come with that escape.

Every day we learn something new about ourselves and the world. And so our color palette is expanding.

  • Whether life is black and white?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Did you ever wear a “mask”?

    • Yes
    • No

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  1. This can work the other way, too, when we look at another and see what may be our preconceived notion of who that other person is or ought to be, but we are not seeing who that person actually is. It may be that we know something about that person that clouds our judgment, or we might have stereotypes which cause us to think a certain way if the other person is rich or poor, different in appearance from ourselves. Sometimes we react to the way other people see us.

  2. Many people so to say wear masks because it is a way to protect themselves from the world. I am an introvert and find it easier to socialize and work online that to be confronted by people. So when I do go out I always have a “set mask” on my face just to get through the experience and safely back home.

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