Mirror Reflection- Journal Challenge, Day 6
When I look in the mirror, I see myself on two levels- the outer and inner:
The first outside thing I see in this moment is that my hair needs some attention; it has that bad hair day look. I also see my father and brother in the shape of my oval head. I see beautiful penetrating brown eyes with a black circumference and black pupils. I see a sensual mouth, a joyful smile, and a perfectly fitted nose all divinely positioned on my lovely face. I see my chin, cheekbones, eyebrows and ears that beckon me to mention their vital parts of a wonderful whole. I see shoulders and a collarbone designed for caressing, and also a sexy mole. And I see this journal entry unintentionally turning into a rhyming poem. I see an obscure birthmark on my neck and did I mention my hair was quite a mess. When I look in the mirror, I see the natural beauty and God's gracious gift that I am.
When I look in the mirror I also see qualities of the inner-woman:
I see character, strength and divinity. I see the light and love of God radiating through me. I see warmth, purpose and sincerity. I see hope and the determination to manifest dreams. I see the woman of faith I was created to be- successful and creative, walking in prosperity. All this I see reflected when I look in the mirror.
How would you answer the statement, "When I look in the mirror, I see ...." Are you happy with the inner and outer appearance or do you feel the need to make a change? We must take ownership and be the change we desire to see in the world and in our relationships. It starts within and self-love is the key. Self-love is generated by being in personal relationship with the Source of love and all there is- GOD. God is LOVE and the primary change agent.
NOTE: Write Here, Right Now: 30 Day Journaling Challenge day 6 complete. Thank you, God!
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