Our regular readers may notice (over the next week or so) that Duct Tape and Bubblegum is getting a makeover. It’s going to have a bit of a Frankenblog flavor until we can dial in a fabulous, cohesive look. To catch you up, Brian and I are activists in the area of ethics and artist’s …
What mask do you wear everyday? Our everyday mask is a false representation of ourselves because we fear will not be accepted. We fear our uglier qualities will be intolerable to others.
Most people can relate to wanting something so desperately that they believe it would make them feel different– feel better. This is the mythical pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. We can be more useful and productive in our aid to others and be less concerned with chasing rainbows and the ghosts of selfish interests.
Blunt honesty just keeps us on the infinite hamster wheel of aloneness, where we berate others, argue and despite the appearance of connection with others we continue to feel alone and alone.