8 comments on “Authenticity (or Living in the Crack)

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  3. Sarah, I agree with Bill and you. Even though I know you believe bad things happened because you lived in a poor area and they did, I want to just say that bad things happen and probably even more sadly in the better area of town; for they won’t be authentic about it.
    Love Ya Girl,
    Pam

  4. Being authentic allows others to be authentic. Then, we can all accept who we really are and build our lives from truth rather than pretense. It is far better to be loved as our flawed selves than to be loved as someone we pretend to be. Jesus had lots to say about it.

    Thanks for sharing your authentic self.

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