Alexis Fernando Jimenez What impression would take if one morning, after waking up and go to the mirror, with a face is totally different from what has always been? Close your eyes and open them in hopes that sleepiness is over and wake up to reality. But still the same. It’s there. The face that is facing you is not theirs. Do you think? This imaginary scene will be part of science fiction to become reality soon.
Becomes real, through a complex technique of surgery, which was in 1997, the plot of the film Face Off (Contrac), which starred Nicolas Cage and John Travolta. Do you remember? In the film operates someone to have exactly the same appearance of his opponent, in order to destroy it. They say that there is little chance that the transplant will look like her donor, because the factions are determined by the bone structure … But equally, will have a new face … The other side of the coin All human beings have two sides.
Which show the world, ie they can appreciate those around us. And the true face, the one we know. That does not change the attitudes, gestures or words imposts. That is the image that pleases God, not the mask of hypocrisy that we stand every morning. When asked about who are the ones who will always be in the presence of God, King David writes that go to his shrine, “He that walketh uprightly, and worketh righteousness, And speaks truth in his heart. He who does not slander with his tongue, nor does evil to his neighbor, nor supports a reproach against his neighbor. “(Psalm 15:2, 3). The text presents four practical Christian life principles that I invite you to take from today. First, fairness in their actions. Second, balance and fairness in what we do. Third, not slander. Fourth, do not act with hypocrisy and scheming evil of our neighbor. If you think about it, in essence requires that we take away the mask that hides the true self and to adopt transparency in what we think and do.