REFLECTING A TRUE AND BRIGHT IMAGE OF OTHERS

ReflectionAs a child, I laughed at the distorted mirrors encountered at the circus. I laughed at the distorted images that made me look tall or short, skinny or fat. Even as a child, I knew that those mirrors distorted truth. In a way, we are all mirrors to each other as we converse and interact. Do we reflect a true and bright image of others so they can see themselves in the best possible light? Also, we get back what we give. “Be a reflection of what you like to see in others. If you want love, give love. If you want honesty, give honesty. If you want respect, give respect. You get in return what you give.” My wonderful wife is the best example I know of reflecting the good in people and helping them see who they really are and what they can become. Without distortion or false accolades, I have seen her help others (myself included) to see who they truly are and what potential lies within. I guess you could say she is a magician in the circus of life.

2 thoughts on “REFLECTING A TRUE AND BRIGHT IMAGE OF OTHERS

  1. Stephanie Colyar

    I agree- after my last short visit at your home I left telling Kevin, my husband, how uplifted I felt talking to Lois and how she’d made me feel so special and valued! It was such a pep talk in a way that I told him I was going to stop in and see her any time I was having a bad day! 🙂

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