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"Blind Spots" Is about People Hiding Their Thoughts, not Revealing Their True Nature
You never truly know anybody. Every person has a secret life, even if it's just their hidden fantasies, and if you ever get to see inside their head, sometimes you find things you never imagined were there. How can you be so close to someone for so long and still not know who they are? It is more common than some of us want to believe. It's almost a certainty that, at some point, your loved ones will hide something important about themselves from you.
It is a good bet that most of us live at least three distinct lives - one that is for public display, another for those closest to us, and one that is "for my eyes only".
- "Blind Spots" Is about People Hiding Their Thoughts, not Revealing Their True Nature
- This is an essay about how the media and different people have profited from the tragedy of September 11, 2001
- What do print journalist and electronic journalists share in common? What distinctive differences are their between print and electronic journalist.
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