Look, we all wear masks… everyone everyday. Sometimes we wear them so much, we forget who we really are. And sometimes if we’re lucky, someone comes along and shows us who we really wanna be, who we should be.
– Nikita, Season 1
Why do we wear masks? Do we need to hide who we are? Is it because everyone is wearing them too? Are we afraid to show them what we are capable of? What do we fear? Why do we need to fit in? Why do we need to stand out? Why do we need other people’s approval?
Why do we have to pretend that we don’t want to take the masks off? Don’t we like to know each other and look through each other’s eyes? Don’t we all want to be who we are without judgement?
Who the hell invented those masks in the first place?
This post may be a bit weird. But nah. I like asking a lot of questions. I think I made sense. What do you think of masks?
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Reblogged this on Human Interest.
Insecurity and the thirst of acceptance, maybe?
I feel that we don’t know who we really are. Humans show their true nature only in the face of death.