mirror, mirror…

Never trust a mirror.

It’s perhaps one’s natural inclination to believe that others see us the way we see ourselves in a mirror, both literally and figuratively, but both are far from the truth.

Mirror me is always making eye contact.  Mirror me is quite familiar with me, is in a safe place, and is not afraid of me.

Mirror me knows my strengths and weaknesses, my virtues, and my evil.

I trust mirror me, and mirror me trusts me.

What we know about a person shapes our perception of their outward appearance.

The mirror is a case-study in self-deception, on many levels.

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