In life, most people never admit their flaws.
Some of them were never told about their flaws so they think they never had them. It was probably because people around them were either too doting, too considerate or too busy to mention them. Or for that matter, possibly people around them also had the same flaws.
Some of them deliberately avoid looking at their flaws because that makes them feel low and nervous. So they adopt a defense-mechanism of denial. This saves them from any emotional dejection, and also from any mental discomfort of working towards correcting the flaws.
Some of them name their flaws as their ‘style’. As a result, they develop an arrogant confidence about themselves. Consequently, people around them start getting intimidated and begin to accommodate. This lets these people believe that in life there is nothing like ‘flaws’.
And in all these cases, the common outcome is that people are never able to unleash their full potential or establish meaningful connections. What a pity…
Yes! While seeing wounds in mirror, you can’t apply Band-Aid on the mirror and then…hope to heal.