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I glared awkwardly toward the mass of joyful masks, all of them talking with each other about how glorious their lives were. I wondered where the strings came out to wrap around their heads. There had to something something to hold their pre-planned emotion in place.
It was almost an awful television show; Poorly paid actors doing their very minimal work to grab a paycheck. That’s why they were all here. they were here to grab their payment of social acceptance. Soon enough they would all be back to their self-centered, Godless lives. It was pathetic.
The Christian Foundation l Church. It was one of the newer Protestant churches, really nice and high-tech. I wondered how the masks felt about their tithing going to nifty gadgets and computers rather than something a bit more practical.
I watched as a young couple of masks shuffled awkwardly through the gathering to refill their cups with coffee from the dispenser. Three little ones and their mother enthusiastically began to find seats in the lecturing auditorium.
It was more of a theatre than an auditorium. It was large enough to house all of Napoleon’s army, and then some. There were large screens all around so that even a blind man could watch the pastor on screen. It seemed as though it was construed for the sole purpose of mass persuasion. God knew that it was going to be entertaining.
I kept playing a scenario in my head that all of the masks would notice that I was different. I imagined that they would smell the sin that had infected my soul through a lack of cleansing and mob me over and seal a mask over my disposition, robbing me of my sense of self forever.
Once you wear the mask of ignorance, it is so very hard to go back. The mask makes it ever difficult to see or to hear or to express oneself. The mask was an embarrassment and an illusion, yet these egotistical, glib, pietistic beings brandished it like the trophy for most improved batter that they...Source: Forester Fiction
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