Sometimes it’s not the people who change, it’s the mask falls off. (Jeevan Darshanam, meditation leader)

Our recent experience with masks was for health reasons. We wanted to be protected and to protect others from communicable disease. Too often in life, we’ve experienced the unhealthy wearing of masks, and we’re all guilty, sometimes pretending to be something we’re not; hoping to show one face to people, while we’re really hiding our real selves. That’s called hypocrisy!

God: “I hate all your show and pretense— the hypocrisy of your religious festivals and solemn assemblies.” (Amos 5:21)