The Japanese say you have three faces. The first face, you show to the world. The second face, you show to your close friends, and your family. The third face, you never show anyone.”
It’s an elegant statement of a psychological commonplace about the notion of personae, or masks. We present different parts of ourselves to different audiences — we show things to those close to us that we do not show to the world, nor do we need to show such things to the world. The third face can be anything from the Self in its totality or certain things that we keep intimately. We remain authentic as long as each face contains some real part of us.
When we look into a simply way, one is smile, one is upset. but the last at the back, no one knows except you.