Subjective thinking about ourselves and others

Have you ever looked in a mirror and then, shortly after seen a recent photo of yourself? It is amazing that we seem so much older and less healthy in the photo than in the mirror. What does this tell you about the human mind? In all probability we are over optimistic about ourselves and less than fair about others. That is why we always look good in the mirror! Our attitude actually influences our eyesight!

Scary thought isn’t it?

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Writer and author. Published novel as eBook and print version. - Brownout - a story of life and doom - set in Philippines, Australia and USA. Also published a non fiction work about grief, "Waiting for a Miracle: Life in the Dead Zone" as an eBook and print version. Another non fiction work is, "From Brexit to Brazil via Hong Kong, China, Russia and the USA" available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo etc. This book is a collection of essays that deal with the most pressing issues of our time, including Covid-19 and its political and social ramifications.

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