I stood there in the lobby in seeking peace and to get away from the world. I look and see these lights peering down at me and felt instantly on display. It's as though they were saying,
"Hello there. I see you."
They were far up enough for me to miss them. It reminds me of living surveillance. Eyes are every where. I'm an avid people watcher and analyzer. I like to see and study all around me. One thing I've learned is, someone is always watching. When you are in public, or at home, someone is always watching. It maybe God, human, or animal but you are never truly alone in the Universe. What do we do with that? How do we deal with being seen? Does it bring out our authentic self or does it make us become someone else? I've seen it both ways. I do try to be my authentic self within respect. lol We can't and shouldn't always say what's on our minds right? I don't believe in pretending to be one way and hiding our true selves even if people oppose us. I am who I am and I can't pretend to be anything other than me. It seems like a heavy weight to bare if you have to hide who you are. It's pretty difficult at times because we will face people who disagree with our life choices. Be strong enough to stand for what you feel is right and genuine. Someone is always watching. Maybe it's so you can shine some light and provide hope. Maybe it's someone else showing you their true heart... Be authentic.