Tuesday, 26 January 2010
The Mirror Theory
I found that in my life I like people who are like me, people that share similar values. It sounds obvious doesn't. You see, in my mirror theory when you look at the person the rays reflect in their eyes and either go back to you or they deflect. People are narcissists, they like people who are like them. People also have a tendency to fall in love in slightly different shade of their own reflection, yet not too different.
This theory has a different perspective as well. It turns out that sometimes people might accuse you of doing something or behaving in a way in which they behave. In this theory they see themselves in your eyes but it is more based on conjecture than real life. It is especially true when they don't know you and they try to figure you out and you do something that only appears to be as you are like that. This theory is based on the fact that the same information can be interpreted in a completely different way, depending on the person that sees that. People perceive reality through literally and metaphorically different eyes. There is a lot of common perception but a lot differs as well. Therefore, it is important to look at a human being in a wider perspective over a longer period of time rather than to jump to concussions straight away.