DP Daily Prompt: Mirror,Mirror

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When I look in the mirror , I do feel like a person on the inside.  I am honest. I do not pretend to be anything I’m not.

I know appearances are often deceptive. I’ve seen pictures of people who look innocent but you find out they are serial killers.  But there are others whose face tells the story. From years of deceiving and cheating people their face shows the evil person.

I always think of the saying, “do not judge a book by its cover.” While that is true partially, the opposite can be true also. It is not really helpful either way. Some faces look deceptively innocent and others do not. Only thing I’d say is to know about the person by how he/she behaves at work,in public places or when in the company of friends. They may do certain things that are suspicious.

For the sake of our safety,we need to know more about a person before we decide whether we can trust them.


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