"The war was a mirror; it reflected man's every
virtue and every vice, and if you looked closely,
like an artist at his drawings,
it showed up both with unusual clarity."
-- George Grosz
Ever get in an argument with someone with accusations going back and forth, with the familiar, "you always (never) (should) (didn't) (etc.)______," or you this or you that? I know that I have. Then today, something told me to look at that differently. . .
Suppose as you were making those accusations, the person in front of you became a mirror and all you saw was yourself? Wouldn't it be interesting to say the same exact things but be saying them to yourself?
One thing is clear. We might not feel so strongly about it--what ever it is--and we may very well feel that what was said was really unnecessary and pointless.
Sometimes It Is Really Good To Talk To Ourselves. Maybe Even Prior To Talking To Someone Else. . .
Spread Some Joy Today--Is there anything better to spread than joy?