Alter Egos

Alter Ego – [ awl-ter -ee-goh, eg-oh, al- ] 
1. a second self; a perfect substitute or deputy.
2. an inseparable friend.
3. another aspect of one’s self.

1530–40; <Latin (Cicero), probably translation of Greek állos egṓ, héteros egṓ another I

Think Søren Kierkegaard and his use of pseudonyms.

Pamela Mullins. Writer, Reader, Artist, Photographer, Philosopher.

Searching for the next questions to ask.

“The phoenix must burn to emerge.”
― Janet Fitch

Contact through contact page, via email at pamela dot mullins at gmail dot com or pamela dot mullins on Skype.

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Alex Shea. Writer, Reader, Philosopher.

“The very essence of romance is uncertainty.”
― Oscar Wilde

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Matilda London. Writer, Reader, Misanthrope, Philosopher.

“If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.”
― Mark Twain

“I don’t like people. Why would I give them the means to contact me?”
― Matilda London

“Oh, alright then. Don’t expect me to be nice.”
— Matilda London

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