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I was standing in front of the mirror and what did i see ?? Lo! a beautiful face that was no less than the Miss.India's and the Miss World's.I stood wondering for sometime about how beautiful was the creation of God (or some Supreme power's).Every individual is born different and that difference though may be a small one makes each one a special individual. When we are born different why do we try to be like others... What is it that we look down in ourselves and try to add all that we feel we lack and try to imitate others? .

Reflections of what we see about us is one of the reason we do imitate others . We are not happy and satisfied about what we have made of ourself so these reflections ie the reflections of the past is that makes us feel that we are not worth really .. All these reflections have to be like a guide to tell us that we need to tread the path of life in such a way that we should never commit those mistakes that are the reflections and also remember those good things that will be a boost for the journey to proceed smoothly .
Leave behind your past, else it will be certainly affecting the quality of life in the present and also the future.Reflections do help us to know where exactly or rather how exactly are we heading towards the destination/goal.
Each one of us have a "The factor" that makes us what we are ........ We need too reflect that in a right way .

I just read an article about the past experiences and that kindled me to write about this .

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