ImageWhen my twin boys were just infants I spent a lot of time awake in the late night hours.  During those times I liked to watch the Game Show Network.  One particular show I liked to watch was called, “To Tell the Truth.”  It aired for over a decade from 1954-1968.  Three challengers are introduced, all claiming to be the central character.  Each challenger states, “My name is [central character’s name].”  The idea is, the celebrity panelist question each challenger trying to identify the real central character.  Obviously two of the challengers are profoundly lying.  At the end of the show, each celebrity panelist makes their pick on who is the “real” person.  Then the host says, “Will the real {name inserted here} please stand up.”  I was always amazed how the other people were able to lie so well and counterfeit their own identities.  Of course, this show was all in fun but I think how often we all have a tendency to become imposters in our daily lives.

There have been times in my life when what I wanted more than anything, was to be like “YOU”.  Maybe it was that lovely singing voice or that attractive smile.  “YOU” just always seemed like you had it all together.  Maybe it was “YOU” who seemed so much smarter and beautiful.  Maybe it was “YOU” who had such a gentle spirit never saying an unkind word to anyone.  Ah, but there was “YOU”, who had that uncanny way to always know when to encourage others.  But then again, I can’t forget “YOU” who was always able to do the right thing no matter the circumstances.  And I’ll never overlook “YOU” who was always fearless in reaching out to the downtrodden.  “YOU” have always inspired me.

Have you ever wanted to be someone else?  Have you

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Journal of a Sinner, Listening for that Still Small Voice

ISBN-10: 1498413064, ISBN-13: 978-1498413060

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