Hey, did you hear? I'm doing a series on identity.
Opacity in the most simplest definition is when light isn't permitted to pass through something. So when I say that opacity is a trait that I am opposed to, I think it means that I value transparency. I don't like it when I can't understand motives or reasons. To me, opacity means a lack of information and therefore, a hinderence to the ability to truly make an informed decision.
Opacity is when motives aren't clear (and therefore suspect), or when directions are given without explanation as to why.
Some of these negative traits end up being difficult to write about because I don't know how much to say about them except that I don't aspire to them.
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