‘Masked’ culture. It’s a shame if we admit in public…

-Sex
-Mental/physical abuse
-Emotions
-Thoughts
-History
-Religion
-Background

 

…We wonder why so many people are quiet — or shocked when this person says/does this eccentric thing.
Not very many of us will talk to strangers — or get to know a little about them. Why? Because, that’s what our world has taught us to do. There’s billions of people in this world, that had/have more terrible lives than us. If we do speak — we take the risk of being ignored, attacked, annoyed, and harshly judged.

We don’t need that. Been there, done that. We don’t need to deal with that. We don’t want to be reminded of events. We are trying to let go. We don’t want shame. We just want to be happy…

 

So we’re masked.

Blend in. Keep your mouth shut.

Look like… act like… the people around you.

Only if you surround yourself with people with common interests… and isolate yourself

— you can be you.

Disguises. Disguises. The latest trend.

I said this before, and I will say it again — we all wear disguises.

Now, I’m going to talk about disguising your appearance…. from my own experiences. Yours different.

 

Sweatshirt when it’s hot out.
Feeling extremely fat.

 

Sweatpants.
Really got no sleep last night.

 

Sunglasses.
Don’t want to deal with the public.

 

Ripped skinny jeans.
Look less fat in than regular jeans.

 

T-Shirt.
Not trying to be sexy. Don’t want to be.

 

Tank-top.
Not feeling shy or insecure about body.

 

Dress.
Feeling love — or getting laid later.

 

Hat.
Really just want to blend in.

 

Makeup.
Disturbed by own appearance.

 

Boots.
Want to stomp on someone.