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Unmasting the Real You

Published on 8/19/2017
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Unmasking the Real You

                                            

What a paradox when we put on masks of various kinds to enhance our appearance to others in an attempt to win their favor or acceptance of us.

 

This was made powerfully clear to me while watching a YouTube video of the America Got Talent show.

 

On this occasion one contestant, 21 years of age, dressed in what she thought would impress the judges and audience, was interrupted by Simon just as she began to sing.

 

Simon judged that she was a bit old fashion in her costume and song, one not befitting a twenty-one old young lady.

 

Simon asked if she had a second song and fortunately for her, she had one. At this point something wonderful happened.

 

Just before starting to sing, her coach ran out on the stage, removed her ear rings, necklace and shoes.

 

Then a miracle happened...

 

Just as she began to sing one could sense that her singing came from who she was, not who she was trying to be.

 

It seems it takes either pain or courage to bring out who we really are rather that trying to be who we think the world say we are.

 

View the video and see if you discern the difference it makes when we are stripped of our camouflage and left to run with what we have and who we are. ENJOY THE VIDEO BELOW

 

Give it a try!!

 

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