Sunday, December 26, 2010

if i wear a mask, will i still be able to face myself?

9 comments:

Sally Ang said...

If you are wearing a mask, you are not able to face the world ...

anne artist said...

what are you facing instead?

Sally Ang said...

You are facing a task to accomplish something that the world could not fathom ....and thus the mask is needed ....but important thing is that you need to still be able to face yourself ....because only in facing yourself and seeing the reflection of yourself ....you will only know the path of the task that you need to accomplish which may lead you to wear different masks at different times ....is an extra-ordinary call, but a call that you can choose to decide to take it up ....:)....(answer this with a simple inspiration that only wants to let persons who read, feel the need to look upon what masks they are wearing and what masks they needed to wear in the future)

The militant working boy said...

The masks we wear determine how we face life. We are never without a mask. The mask becomes us.

anne artist said...

so, mwb and sa, it becomes the art of making friends with our masks.......?

Sally Ang said...

Guess, good and true friends know when you are wearing what masks for what purposes ....:)....i dun like the idea of wearing masks ....but i like the fragance of "White Mask" by Bodyshop....and the cartoon "Mask"....when i watched it when i was very young :)

anne artist said...

if we wear masks, then is life a costume party and are we the guests?

Sally Ang said...

Costume party....hmmm....why must it be a costume party....why not everyone of us take down our masks and let it be a nice,little sunny party out in the garden ....held in the daylight...without the formal and troublesome costume ...:)

anne artist said...

the costume, the mask does lend an aspect of formality to the party. which causes me to wonder, is formality in a way, a feeling of distance from another person?