Newsletter 27 January 2013

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From time immemorial people have been tempted to wear masks. People want to make known certain aspects of themselves and conceal others. This posture is inevitably brought to light precisely in relationships with friends, because it is impossible to hide the truth about yourself for long with close friends. Being without a mask in front of another person is the essence of a mature relationship. Everything else is just ‘public relations’. so what happens when two, three, four hours a day ( or ‘always’, as some cell phone companies have been recently advertising), you live in a virtual world with a face that you constructed yourself? What happens when the public ‘I’ becomes more important than the private ‘I’? Is it possible for a person to live under the gaze of the entire world?….. The Scent of Lemons