When you look in the mirror, what thoughts cross to mind?
Looking in the mirror is a simple act that does not need huge thinking about the topic itself. However, it is not and it cannot be as looking at the mirror is a huge act that can be seen only as simple.
We are human beings who share different orientations with different perspectives and experiences. This could be well translated into the simple act of looking at you in the mirror.
I see my whole life in the mirror
Since I am a human being, I am different in terms of the way I see life, the way I behave, and the way I treat individuals which makes my personal life very exciting and very distinguished from other people in life.
Looking at the mirror is not and will never be a simple act for me. I do it every day, and I am sure that everyone does. When I look at myself in the mirror, I see my personal distinguished experience.
My personal life was not an easy one. It was characterized by the presence of a lot of primary unbearable events that impacted the whole of my life and made me change in my view towards my life experience.
I am more connected to my life when I look in the mirror
When I look at myself in the mirror, I remember all the events that marked my whole life from the very beginning until now. It is a whole process that was full of good and bad events. However, this is my life I cannot change it, but I can change the process of the whole events that are going to take place in the upcoming future life.
The mirror is very impressive for most of people who practice it every day as it shows you the truth of your livelihood that is necessarily characterized by a lot of events.
These events although they can be harmful. They are part of the individual’s life. Therefore, they can have a great impact on the whole life process. When I look at myself in the mirror, I see also the process through which I went through in order to go out from that bad period.
Looking at the mirror makes you more connected to your livehood and your true version!
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