She looked at me across the table with a question in her eyes.
We were the two Latin girls in room full of Gringos. She was trying to describe a difficult someone, and she couldn’t think of how to accurately express her sentiments in English.
“Disfraces. Se pone muchos disfraces,” she verbalized in her native tongue.
I smiled knowingly. “He likes to masquerade,” I interpreted for the group.
Hypocrisy is so ugly.
On the way home after our Bible study, I mentioned to my husband how much I was enjoying our new Tuesday night family of eight.
“Everyone is a real person,” I observed. “They aren’t scared to tell the truth, and they aren’t trying to impress anyone.”
It’s so refreshing to break bread with people who are fearlessly authentic.
Something to think about…
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