Mirror, Mirror On The Wall

All of us have a habit to look at a mirror every now and then. No matter how slim or plump we are, how short or tall we are, how charming or ugly we are, how plain looking or how full of make-up we put on, how sweet or cute we are, we cannot resist the urge to spend quite a few minutes in front of a mirror, tending our hair, washing our face, removing the eye wax, blowing our nose, trimming the nostril hair, shaving the beard and moustaches, brushing our teeth, examining our mouth and tongue, putting on lipstick, powdering our face, wearing earrings, stretching our neck, and admire our look while we pose and smile or cry at the mirror. Mirror, mirror on the wall, how do I look before I go?

We praise ourselves for our physical build, our skin color, our handsome look, our elegant lifestyle, our flair in speech and dress, our quick wit and big idea, our knowledge and intelligence and what not. If we can adorn ourselves with love and sensitivity toward one another, then this world will be a better place to live.

Mirror, mirror in the world, how little we love and care for one another...



February 25, 2009 at 3:54 PM

Thank you for the post that awakens indeed. Your words reveal the sacred truth, and the photo illustrates it just perfectly. One on the back seat see himself as the the leader in the deceit of the mirror.


February 26, 2009 at 12:09 PM

The blog is very slow to read. Please make it fast we have to wait a long time to see it load

  Gina Alfani

February 27, 2009 at 1:04 PM

We live in a "me" society . . . how sad :(

  Bujang Saili Sirat

March 11, 2009 at 10:09 PM

Well done. Not every one can do like what you did. I wanna write something that people of the world can share with but I can only share it to very limited people of the world. BBBBBcos I am no good writer. Thank you. Hai bye. I salute you.