One Mirror. One Body. Thousand Reflections.

Good evening everyone! Hope you all are having a great day. Today I have a question for you, “Who do you see when you look in the mirror?”

Do you see yourself or do you see someone you pretend to be? Do you see your present, reflect the past you lived or see the future you will have? Or are you afraid to look deep enough to see the demons you hide in your eyes because when I look at myself I smile. I smile looking at myself in the present. I smile at my demons, not afraid of their power but then I stop and see how I’ve changed since my  childhood to my teenage years.

I see how the voices in my head have moulded me to become the person I am and how they have changed my outlook on the things around me. Sometimes when we look at the mirror in times of fear and anger we tend to make decisions in a state of hast, we let the darkness overpower us and let go of the anger and do things which scar our souls.

But life is too short and unpredictable to live unhappily. So make the most of the time you have, don’t let people’s negativity get to your head and change the way you see your beautiful self. Look at yourself with a smile and focus on all the good things life has blessed you with. Be happy and be grateful.

Now, when I look in the mirror I know that there may be a thousand reflections, some good and some bad, ready to engulf me but I just see my 15 year old self because if I focus on the thousand reflections in front of me I fear that I may forget who I really am and get lost in the midst of the reflections.

-Z

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