We all do it, most of us one of the first things we do when we get up in the morning. We look in the mirror and see if the same person looking back at us is the same person we saw yesterday. If it’s not, you need to check with your plastic surgeon.
In the old days mirrors were nothing more than reflective stone or metals. I wonder if people thought that they looked as distorted as they must have in the bowls they made out of silver or bronze. Highly polished, they could do doubt see themselves but try looking in a metal bowl at your reflection and see how you look. Even on a really good day you will look warped!
Even animals check themselves out in mirrors. Of course they think they are looking at another animal but depending on their mood it’s either their new best friend or their worst enemy.
I wonder, on average, just how much time we spend looking in a mirror? Is it vanity, is it an effort to make our selves look appeal to other people? How well do we really know the person looking back at us from the mirror? They are a reflection of who we are, at least on the outside. Do we like what we see? Do we try and change what we see? You got to work on the inside to make the outside better.
No matter what you see when you look in the mirror just remember, to be beautiful your inside has to match the outside or you may be as distorted as the reflection those in 6,000BC saw.
How to celebrate – Have a good long look at yourself in the mirror and see what you think. (If it breaks, walk away slowly) Look at your reflective faces, those you show others when you are happy, sad, mad or even bored. (This way you’ll know what they see.) Put a mirro4r in every room so you can keep an eye on yourself.