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Along life's journey I've learned people wear disguises to mask their true selves. Masks are acceptable during Halloween and masquerade parties where pretending is part of the fun. But maybe it's not so much fun when disguises cause pain, deception or disastrous experiences.
You don't know what you're dealing with when masked or disguised individuals come along. It's like the tip of an iceberg, where you only see the surface; beneath the surface is where the essence of the individual lies.

It's better to live where there is no hiding place: no masks, no disguises, open and vulnerable, yet confident and courageous. We should always strive to live authentically, both personally and professionally, living in a manner where "what you see is what you get" and "our True Colors are always shining through!

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