Jul 12, 2013

Trust


Image


 revealing the truth
a trusted companion
mirror on the wall




© 2013 Balqis

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    1. Thank you for your kind words. :)

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  2. What would we do without a mirror? It shows how imperfect we are. Then we try to fool it by putting make-up until our reflection is not what it really is. Isn't it ironical? ;D

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    1. Yeah, you're right, Sui. But that's the present lifestyle. We're catching up with trend or is it trend catching us up.

      Thanks, Sui, for your comments. :)

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  3. Faithful friend, or terrible pythoness!

    A mirror is implacable when consulted.

    Never say: Mirror, mirror on the wall...

    You will get your due, and you may not like it! :)

    Nice doing, BB!!

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    1. It could be a friend and a foe. Despite that, it could be a girl's best friend. If you've ever seen it in a girl's bag, it's always carried around.

      This mirror is on silent mode, so no mantra applicable! :)

      Thank you for your kindness, Od. My day starts off with a smile. I should look at myself in the mirror! :)

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  4. i agree!
    we can smile and pretend to be happy...still we cannot hide 'sadness' when looking at the mirror...

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    1. Thank you, Ric, for your comments. :)

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  5. Do we always accept what and who we see in the mirror? We should, as it rally shows us how we really, in our beauty and weaknesses, perfect creation of God.
    Lovely Balqis

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    1. If the mirror isn't deceiving, what we look in it is ourselves. Without it, we don't know how we look. Thank you for your kind words, Marie. :)

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