Behind the Mask


Alienation begins when culture divides me against myself, puts a mask on me, gives me a role I may or may not want to play.

Alienation is complete when I become completely identified with my mask, totally satisfied with my role, and convince myself that any other identity or role is inconceivable.

The person who sweats under their mask, whose role makes them itch with discomfort, who hates the division in themself, is already beginning to be free….

 

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