السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
بارك الله فيكم
My mirror always corrects me every day.
Sometimes it says, “Look, there is a pimple on your face!”
“Your hair isn’t neat!” (I’m still confused about the word “hair” is it singular or plural? Would you like to explain about it? I found it’s a collective noun and in other cases is not a collective noun.)
“There is mucus in your nostril.” 😀
“Your teeth are yellow, clean them please!” 😀
And I’m not mad at my mirror. I’ll ask (him) more about what his corrections, and do what he suggested. He…he.
I’ll comb my hair, I’ll clean my nose and brush my teeth. And say thanks to him.
“Be like a mirror! Be like a mirror! Be like a mirror!” I often hear this advice. Why I should be like a mirror? I asked to myself. When I found the functions of mirror, I understand well, a mirror always advises me smoothly, politely, and tells the truth without hurts my hearts. “Oh, well done, Mr.Mirror! You’re great!” 🙂
Many of people (including I) will be offended when they receive the correction from others, because they (except you, my lovely friends) don’t like to be corrected. But, in Islam we must correct ourselves and do advise others as Allah said in surah Al-Ashr;
By time (1) Indeed, mankind is in loss (2) Except for those who have believed and done righteous deeds and advised each other to truth and advised each other to patience.(3)
I ask to myself, “Can I be like (him)?”
It’d be nice if I can advise myself and others such as a Mirror!