We all have our quirks, our idiosyncrasies. One of mine is that I seldom see myself in a mirror. I can shave, brush my teeth, and brush my hair, but I have no memory of what I look like. Suzy might ask, “How did you cut yourself?” or say, “You missed a spot.” I have no idea.

Now I  am sure a psychiatrist would have a field day with my quirk, but it’s not the point of my morning’s meditation. (I  am  comforted, I  am not alone in my quirk, read James 1:22-24.).

What’s important is for me to remember is that the image in the mirror is a unique reflection of an image created by God. Each of us are partial images of the divine. Reflections of life and battles waged.

About the author

Webb Hubbell is the former Associate Attorney General of The United States. His novels, When Men Betray, Ginger Snaps, A Game of Inches, The Eighteenth Green, and The East End are published by Beaufort Books and are available online or at your local bookstore. When Men Betray won one of the IndieFab awards for best novel in 2014. Ginger Snaps and The Eighteenth Green won the IPPY Awards Gold Medal for best suspense/thriller. His latest, “Light of Day” will be on the bookstands soon.

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