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Man in the Mirror | Vidya Sury, Collecting Smiles
“I am starting with the man in the mirrorI am asking him to change his waysAnd no message could have been any clearerIf you wanna make the worldA better placeTake a look at yourselfAnd make the – CHANGE!”Mirrors may not lie, but they can definitely mislead. There is research to prove that mirrors play a role in human behavior – and the good news is – the effect can be positive. People who were put in a room with mirrors ended up being more conscious about what they did – working harder, cheating less, being more helpful and less judgmental – when compared to the control group without mirrors. Mirrors can help with self-awareness – as people do tend to think before they do. So there’s more self reflection and an inclination towards ‘know-thyself” to know others and appreciate them. People have an innate desire to be seen in a positive light. Self-delusional? perhaps! We see ourselves in the mirror so many times a day – yet we never look the same each time – we look different when we walk up, yawning and sleepy, then we look attractive when we are all dressed to go out to work, and …