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Monday Morning Masks As the sun slowly peaks through the Monday morning fog high school students are disappointed that the weekend has ended Upon arrival to school their half-closed eyes are not ready for a new day A minor hassle becomes the gripe making the mood even dimmer This murkiness doesnt hinder me Why I use a mask filled with laughter and hope to reverse the mood With this mask I pretend to be cheerful about the day no matter what my inner disposition As the day goes on the uniqueness of my mask its infectiousness and self-healing power becomes evident Just as a dire piece of gossip can spread through a school like a contagious virus the same can happen with a persons mood When people witness a joyful appearance in an upsetting and dreary milieu they begin to laugh and relax Their own mask begins to change which generates a positive attitude My mask is worn for that very reason Making people smile and to encourage them for the best is what I strive for Consequently the best thing for ones self and for society is to be optimistic and supportive A warm-hearted smile and a lot of confidence can and does make a world of a difference Dressing into a warm-hearted smile is not only preordained to helping others it is also meant to benefit myself I strive to be different from others a person who can exhibit my own free thoughts and feelings In addition ones personality can be adaptable to its surroundings but a mask is inimitable it can be painted in any way a person desires With a mask I can be unique even if it means being joyful and happy while everyone else is cheerless As Ralph Waldo Emerson once stated Society is a masked ball where every one hides his real character and reveals it by hiding As a result my face begins to match
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