What’s Behind Your Mask?

 

Appearance seems far more important than reality.  The clothes we wear, the cars we drive (or don’t drive), the events we attend, the “friends” we mention – all create a perception of who we are.  Nothing new here. What has changed is the ease, reach, and quality of the facade we have learned to create for ourselves through social media. So what’s behind your mask?  What are you faking? And how do we escape judging our interiors by the exteriors so continuously and skillfully created by and for our “friends?” Got a story to share? Let me know.

 

Our first Sunday drop-in covenant group will focus on our monthly theme of “Humility.”  All are invited to participate. Rev. Lyn Marshall will facilitate.

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