I started this essay to reflect on the mirror reading and what it means to me and other people’s lives.
It’s not that I don’t understand what I’m looking at, but I also believe that it’s helpful to know that people can and do have memories and that there’s more to it than just seeing something in a mirror. Because that’s not the whole picture.
To get a fuller picture of the mirror reading, we have to imagine that it is a way for a person to view themselves in a certain way. This way of viewing oneself is called self-awareness. If a person can realize they are always looking at themselves in a mirror, they can become self-aware and realize how they can make mistakes, become arrogant, and how they can be manipulated and controlled.
Self-awareness, like all other aspects of being human, relies heavily on our introspective experiences. What we are looking at, what we see in our minds, and what we feel in our hearts is all extremely important to being self-aware. Our brains are very good at picking up on these kinds of experiences, and what we see in other people’s eyes can be a good indicator of our own inner experiences.
Every time I write a thought or video, it triggers a brain reaction, which makes it look like reading a novel, or looking at a photo. It gets worse when it’s a movie or video than a real life story. The last thing I want to do when I write a thought or video is to take a photo of it. But, we all have to act differently than we do when we’re on autopilot.
I tend to write a lot of blogs where I am, you know, trying to get some clarity on what I am learning and trying to explain myself. Then, I will sit down and a couple days later when I have a moment to reflect I will put a picture of the reading on my computer. I don’t think I have ever actually been caught cheating in a book.
I’m not sure what you mean by “we all have to act differently” or “we all have to act differently” or “we all have to act differently” right now.
Well, the first sentence is a true statement. We all have to act differently, but the second sentence is a question. I am trying to explain myself, and I dont really think that is what is meant. I was reading the book before I read this post.I guess Im trying to say that I used to be a lot less analytical, but now Im more analytical about what I was reading.
In this book, the author tells the story of a woman who had a mirror read and learned so much more about herself. In this post, I’m just telling that I used to be an even more analytical individual. I’m not saying that the author is wrong, but it is different.
I can’t deny the irony of your post in the last sentence. You’re right in that you used to be an even more analytical individual than you are now. However, in the last paragraph you said you used to analyze everything you read. In that case, you’re right that you used to be a lot more analytical about what you read.