Marks of authenticity.

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5 Responses to Marks of authenticity.

  1. Erika says:

    Scars on yourself, or on other people?

  2. Frank says:

    There is a wonderful vignette called “Marks” in the play “Talking With” that makes this same statement. The play is eleven monologues by women, covering a variety of things. If you ever get a chance to see it, do.

  3. Sarat says:

    Every time we prove we’re alive,we lose a small part of life itself.

  4. justmike says:

    Could not be more true, AFAIC.

  5. I think a lot of times we view scars as grotesque markings of a painful past. I think scars are quite beautiful. They are the markings of survivors; they tell the stories of who we are and where we’ve been. Too often we try to hide them because we don’t want to people the think we’re flawed. Truth is, we all have scars and they make us who we are.

    This is one of my favourites. Thanks.