Have you ever noticed that some people likes ”the game” of pretending to be…?
I think every woman and man from this earth, pretended, for at least few minutes, that they are someone else, not them. Do we call this types of people, FAKE PEOPLE?
Yes, I wanna talk about FAKE PEOPLE, they are all around us. I feel like I wanna give names, but no, Momma said to be NICE 🙂 Just kidding.
I couldn’t say about myself that I have never been FAKE, I did, because it is in our human nature to wear masks. But the key is do you ever stop wearing the masks, do you ever think before deciding who you wanna be today, or do you stop being FAKE, and start being YOURSELF, the real one?
I have received a lot of arguments, comments when I say what I think, or when I give my true opinion, they say ”No Crina, we do not have to say it this way, wow Crina, yeah you right, or they try to wear the angry, fierce mask, or simply they look at me and smile, laugh, with their big eyes open. The thing is that I do not care, I simply wanna be myself.
People pretend to be someone else behind a computer, on social media, at their place of work, at school, or even around their own family. But, deeply inside they can only identify the TRUE, and who they actually are.
My husband read this article and said ”we will always wear a mask, because when we are sad, we do not wanna to show this feeling to people, so we are wearing the “HAPPINESS MASK”.
And this is the reality, especially men are wearing this mask, for them it’s hard to open up, speak about what they feel. For a woman is easy, she goes to work and starts talking about the sadness in her life. Now is this a weakness point?
It’s important to trust GOD to let him change your life, be YOU, be real!
You are unique, nobody is like you, be careful who you trying to be, if you copy a person, or you wearing a wrong “MASK” you can destroy your own unique life!
“Share your weaknesses. Share your hard moments. Share your real side. It’ll either scare away every fake person in your life or it will inspire them to finally let go of that mirage called “perfection,” which will open the doors to the most important relationships you’ll ever be a part of.”
― Dan Pearce, Single Dad Laughing