Sometimes you encounter a mink lashes about your personality as if there is something wrong with you. And when this kind of question pops up you tend to cower in fear. Yes, how many times you do avoid answering it straightforwardly?
Once,wghair twice, or thrice? Ha, ha. Anyways, I am also like you who sometimes avoid such mink lashes for fear of knowing the truth. Yes, truth hurts. Sometimes it makes us paranoid. Well, it is better if we could face this squarely and right then and there answer this without batting an eyelash. For me seeing myself in the mirror brings me shiver and all; for, I know am not the perfect guy a gal could love and die for, er, whatever.
I am just a normal guy who would rather spend time alone reading a book while holding it upside down than wasting time. Try this one, and you would surely wondering on how your mind could make sense of letters being in their reverse position than your mink lashes were used to.
Well not to digress further, when I see myself in the mirror I feel like going to the bathroom. Nope, I am not kidding fella; my mom says that I am not ugly but I am not handsome either.
Do I want to sound funny? Honestly, I just want to make sense out of the question. I am sure each one of us have this unique way of facing the question, er avoiding it or delaying our answer or what. I’ve read somewhere that knowing oneself needs to view yourself in the mirror. ( Don’t ever take this literally, please ). Nope, not that adorable face you have got but the total personality, the total package.
Are you nice and good? Can you be a friend to yourself? Or are you bad, mean , mink lashes, immature and things like that? Well you are not alone; people are neither perfect. Each one has imperfection/s.
Even world models have imperfections; ask Naomi Campbell. Nobody is born an epitome of perfection and all are aspiring to becoming beautiful inside and out. Inside and out , see?
Then the person in the mirror is no stranger to you. You know his desire, dreams, etc. His weakest points in character, vulnerability, etc. are real part of himself. Nobody hates someone who’s authentic and all to himself and others as well.
What is the point? Well, better see the real you when you face the mirror; never lie and wear mask.
The author is a mentor of teachers in elementary grades in the Philippines. Aside from being a grade school teacher, he is also contributing articles to magazines just to make good use of his spare time. He has joined writing contest in the past, but until now, he is dreaming of bagging an award! This is why, he is now trying his luck in this endeavor – blogging – to find his niche and somewhere, somehow find a way of publishing a book.