One thing I learned is that a mirror is probably one of the most truthful items we have. It shows us what we really look like contrary to what we think. It is brutally honest about how we look without saying a word. We either we accept what we see or we try to change it. Well we also have to look in the mirror on who we really are. It’s easy to point out the flaws in others but it hard to see the flaws in ourselves. We avoid the mirror of life, some of us don’t even hang one on the wall. But once we take a moment to realize our flaws and start working to improve them, just as we would with our appearance in the bathroom mirror, then will growth take place.
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