Does making a reflection of our life a daily habit … a good thing?
Most of the time we try to reflect on ourselves.
Some say it’s good and some say it’s not worth spending the energy.
Who is our cruellest opponent?
It’s said reflection allows our brain to pause so that we are in a better position to interpret our experiences for a suitable future prediction.
My point is the brain is not allowed to rest from thoughts, hence the tendency to give wrong directions most of the time.
“Sometimes people don’t get sick from bacteria or a virus- -living organisms alien to the human body- -but from the human brain itself. Our brains can be our worst enemy, our cruellest opponent.”
How often do you admire your beauty in the mirror?
I have noticed this human tendency, everybody looks into the mirror whenever they come across a mirror or shining glass, where ever they are located and admire themselves.
The mirror in the restrooms is always busy with the users,
Who are the vainest?
Men or women?
I know you, my friend, your quick answer is women.
You are wrong.
Men admire their reflection 23 times a day, while women just 16 times. Check this link
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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s CBWC- Reflections and Mirrors