In life we will encounter mirrors. Not the traditional, decorative mirrors that hang so beautifully in our homes but the interactive mirrors that reflect the truth of our hearts. It’s the mirror that tells you enough truth to sober up your view of yourself.
Mirror moments show up in friendships, mentorships, and even in our interactions with family. They will say or do something that will make you reflect on the way you speak, live, or behave. Those moments are the best because they challenge us to become greater and help us grow. Don’t use these moments to see imperfections. Choose to see opportunities instead. See yourself where you are and then determine where you want to go from there. You can do it. I believe in you.