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Clark Kent is a mild-mannered reporter for the Daily Planet newspaper Born and raised in Smallville Kansas he now lives alone in an apartment in downtown Metropolis He fits the mold of the stereotypical business man in any bustling city of commerce With his suit briefcase and cellular phone he cant blend in more thoroughly but who am I kidding Underneath that tailored suit lies another person with a big S on his chest Who knew that this mild-mannered reporter is faster than a speeding bullet and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound They call him The Man of Steel He is Superman He can fly has x-ray vision heat ray vision and bullets bounce right off him You dont get any more unique than the man in the red and blue So then who is Clark Kent Where does he fit in Hes the secret-identity of the Man of Steel What of his true identity That identity which is known for his courage His nobility His pursuit of justice and his never-ending battle against evil The chiseled chin the vibrant S that strikes fear in the hearts of criminals Underneath those glasses and that gray suit lies his true identity Though an alien from Krypton Superman exhibits human behavior He is hiding his true self We all keep our true feelings inside at one time or another some of us more than others Like Superman we hide under a false identity We live our lives based upon the characteristics that we are or would like to be known for Often we feel we have to mask our true identity from society We hide our feelings our thoughts our true passions so as not violate the norms that we as a society create out of fear The fear of not being normal by expressing our true feelings As a result many of us keep our true selves behind a secret-identity
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