• Anneliese Swingle

What's your mask?


What mask do you wear? (I'm not talking about the 2020 one).


Is it a tough scaly one, or a bristly one, soft and vulnerable one, confident one, or judgmental one?


Do you wear it only at work, or at home, public settings or all the time?


The masks we wear keep us from being authentic and keep others from seeing us for who we are. Masks encourage us stay safe and not grow.


If we've been put here on this planet to evolve and grow, let's take off the masks and be our authentic selves so we can reach higher heights.


You'll never experience more freedom.

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