The Many faces on the Bus
This book is about judgment and the many faces it holds. Let’s just call it the reality check. Have you ever looked at somebody and completely disected their life, I mean not only looking at them, but the way you look at them, you didn’t have to say a word. You are judging them for what they are wearing and just simply for what they look like. Have you caught somebody looking at you and wondered what they were thinking? Maybe it was not one of your best days and just like that, that one look made you feel unsure about yourself. See it really wasn’t you; it was that person judging you without even saying a word.
See, I’m the narrator in this book, riding in the city with a group of people on the bus. Each character has something about them that stands out. I sit back and tell their silent stories as if I could see what they are going through. Not all are tragic; in fact some are uplifting. The many struggles and pain is what people may misconceive. I think this book will begin the healing process in some, and the learning process in others. They will begin to see their own faults and go on from there. Some people are so unhappy with their life they self-consciously put the focus on others to avoid their own problems. Honey, you’re only setting your self up failure.
Part of this book is about some of my pains and struggles dealing with judgment.