So many faces, so much phoniness.

Why can’t we just deal with genuine people?

Not like the dummies in this picture.

Everyone seems to put on a face.

One person comes in the room, puts on a big smile and then drops it like you do your pants in the bathroom (excuse the comparison).

But it’s just so wax!

Another person is talking it up, but you can see just under the thin veneer, they are a boiling powder keg ready to go off.

Faces are for expression — to feel and to share.

However, they are used to deceive and fool the world around them.

Is it a face or a mask.

What’s behind it — good or evil?

If you don’t look past the superficial then you are the real dummy. ;-)

(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Andy Blumenthal is a dynamic, award-winning leader with 30 years of experience delivering results across the public and private sectors. Views are his alone.

Andy Blumenthal is a dynamic, award-winning leader with 30 years of experience delivering results across the public and private sectors. Views are his alone.