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The Metaphorical Masks We Wear Every Day

Keep them on? Take them off?
November 3rd, 2021

Arthur Brooks considers wearing masks – the metaphorical kind, not the COVID kind – and argues that “many of us do this every day when we cloak our identities or true feelings by suppressing our thoughts or acting in certain ways. Some of these masks we like, and some we don’t. Some we are forced to wear to get along in life, and others we wear voluntarily and are afraid to remove.” 

Read More:  Arthur Brooks, The Atlantic


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