The pandemic has brought many unforeseen challenges to our world and has given us the time to shape and grow ourselves into the beings we desire to become. The mirrored journey we take within ourselves to grow and adapt within this new world brings a lot of ups and downs. Being isolated with no one but ourselves, we become accustomed to our old unbreakable habits. Still, through it all, we grow and push ourselves to get out of our comfort zones to try new things and experiment with our creativity.
I have been able to reflect a lot with myself over this pandemic, from bad days to good days; I have learned that in my mirrored journey, I should not be so hard on myself because I am constantly trying to grow and be the best person I can be and as long as I continue to do so, I should always be proud of who I am and my accomplishments in life. Everyone in the world is just trying to figure out their own mirrored journey; worrying about someone else’s mirror may just break your own.
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