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Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all? What mirror are you asking? The world pushes us to look into tainted mirrors. We define ourselves in body sizes and skin tones, judging ourselves and others by looks. We look to the mirrors of career, of success, of family, of self-love, hoping desperately to be crowned the fairest one of all, never realizing that we are the ones that give mirrors their power. But no matter how sincere these mirrors are, their view is limited; their durability, fragile, their blind spots, many. Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all? Is that even the right question? What if you’ve been seeing yourself all wrong? What if you knew that you were priceless even if you weren’t the fairest one of all? What if there were room in front of the mirror for everyone? Could it be that you need to adjust your view from the inside out? in Mirror, Mirror, you’ll see yourself through the eyes of the Father. Your image through His eyes is an unlimited point of view, a range that spans the end from the beginning; an unbreakable glass, free from blind spots; a reflection that is complete. Noticed an error in this book? Send a mail to to report it

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