existential - Kyle Daniele 1) From an early age, we have...

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Kyle Daniele 1) From an early age, we have learned how to disguise ourselves. We’ve learned to disguise our feelings, pretend to be someone we’re not, and to protect ourselves. It seems that we cheat in order to get something. For example, if someone was called for a job interview they will probably disguise their voice to impress the person on the other end of the line. We also have a tendency to enhance our personalities for every new friend we meet, thus creating a new disguise. Life seems to have transformed itself into some kind of role-playing game as we shape ourselves and feelings to what we think others expect from us. 2) I try to be really nice to others and faithful to my friends. I’ll always try to make someone laugh, and if I do I feel like I accomplished something. I hate Disney World with a passion. I love films and my dream job would to be a director. I’m an only child and sometimes I wish I had a brother or sister around. Whenever I start reading a book, I always want to finish it that same
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2009 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Chang during the Spring '09 term at 東京国際大学.

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