Bare yourself to the world

We can only truly be ourselves if we let go of all the roles the mind makes us play. Presenting this false image to the outside world, the subterfuge that we engage in daily…masking ourselves in fear of the real person being seen.

To be truly ourselves we have to quit acting and start just being. We have to be brave enough to be brutally truthful and faithful to the person we really are. We have to step away from the charade and become the naked version that we hide.

The different hats we wear to act out all those stories, that our ego wants us to be, only mask the real you and me.

We suffer behind these masks and facades…where the real person is crying to be seen.

Let go of stories, throw out the costumes and bare the real you to the world and end the suffering each acted out role causes us and others.

What suit will you be wearing today?

What ‘suit’ will you wear today? The same one or maybe different ones throughout the day to match the changes of roles our mind get us to act out? We play many different ones without even realising it. Of course, each one has its suffering within to accompany the outward act.

Underneath all the different costumes we wear is the real you and me, and while we are all unique, we share one thing that unites us all, we are the one life of human souls that comes from the ball of energy that is all life and matter in the universe. We are all the one life.

Stop wearing different suits to pander to the needs of our egos and be you, the beautiful human soul and free to see all other humans as equal and to connect without the prejudices of our mind and its lenses. We become free when we take off the costumes and we end the suffering within.

Underneath the masquerade of our many ‘suits’ lies the real you and me…where we all have the same suit, a human soul.