• christian_ogarro 190w


    Masks cover so much more than just a face at a costume party.
    The person next to you right now is most likely wearing an emotional mask, trying to cover up some past trauma or flaw they think no one will accept them for
    The mask of emotion.
    The mask of torture.
    The mask of loneliness.

    We all carry a mask that covers up part of who we are, even if we don't like that part of us. I think it's time to take off these masks that society forces us to wear. Be who we were made to be.

    Our past and flaws do not define who we are, so why should our masks change who we are?