Mirror, Mirror by Laju Iren
by Laju Iren
Thank you for your interest in pre-ordering my new book, Mirror, Mirror.
I'm personally autographing the first 200 pre-ordered copies at no extra cost to you.
Women especially and humans in general, tend to see ourselves through tainted glasses.
"Mirror, Mirror on the wall,
Who is the fairest one of all?"
"You," says the concave mirror.
"No one else matters, as long as you're happy, nothing else matters."
"Her" says the window mirror,
"You could never have those legs,
that business or that husband.
Your beauty will shine when hers dims."
"With your past? You're asking that question," says the rear view mirror.
Objects appear closer than they really are.
So you crash and burn because you refuse to forget the former things.
"No one," says the broken mirror,
spilling blood as you hold it tightly.
It is close friends with the magnifying glass, seeing the faults of others but not the log in your own eye.
"It depends," says the one way mirror,
"career, relationships, money, fame,
How good are you on these points"
Pointing you to dark shadows instead of the one behind the scenes.
"Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?"
What mirror are you asking?
Is that even the right question?
Would you be priceless even if you aren't the fairest one of all?
Perhaps it's high time you saw your image through His eyes!
That's what Mirror, Mirror will do for you.
I can't wait for you to read Mirror, Mirror and see yourself the way God's sees you.