How often do we see our real selves in the mirror?Each and every humanbeing wants to see the mirror and admire his or her external features. There are millions who think they are very smart and others who think that they are very beautiful. So far so good.
Yet, do we pause to have a reality check on our pitfalls? The accumulation of certain negative feelings, due to certain circumstances at work, caused due to selfish or atrocious bosses or both; irresponsible behaviour of son's or daughters or brothers and sisters; stabbing on the back by someone in the family or at work-- each of these instances are very common indeed. It is easy to preach, but when it bites, every normal human being would naturally have a lot of accumulated anger in him or her.
A few minutes of pause in front of the mirror to collect such thoughts and attempt to throw away such thoughts by just replacing thoughts that are positive in a given situation, are all that is needed. For instance, a good friend rang up saying that he was so happy that his organization would release not less than fifty percent of the annual bonus; he did not expect this. But he was mighty pleased with what he got.
Learning to count such blessings and concentrating just on the " here and now", can be very useful. A collection of good thoughts and an ability to help others can be useful as well. Let us be accurately clear about our real selves. This is extremely important for our lives. Now, and forever.