So this donut-shaped art at the Outlets in Clarksburg is metallic and reflective.
But what is really interesting to me is that when you stand in front of it (like I was literally doing here), you can’t see yourself.
It made me wonder how you can look at yourself and yet not see yourself.
And I thought of this as being a bigger lesson in life.
When we are looking at ourself and there is a big donut whole in the mirror of ourselves then we are left blind to what should be reflecting back at us.
No matter how hard we try to see ourselves and what we are doing right and wrong, it’s like a ghost out there–we are blind to it.
To really see ourselves, our heart and mind have to be receptive to seeing the full picture.
That means looking at ourselves as we really are, even when there seems to be a piece missing to the puzzle, and we have trouble being honest about what we see.
To change, learn, grow–to become a better person, we need to look full on and be willing to see what we will see.
You can’t see yourself until you can. 😉
(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)