Looking In The Mirror Quotes by George Carlin, Demi Lovato, Marc Maron, Rakim, Lil Wayne, Ashley Tisdale and many others.
I was looking in the mirror the other day and I realized I haven’t changed much since I was in my twenties. The only difference is I look a whole lot older now.
Instead of looking in the mirror and focusing on your flaws, look in the mirror and appreciate your best features… everyone has them.
It’s not all about love. That’s half of it… The other half is about that moment you have with yourself when you’re looking in the mirror, and you just go, ‘Oh man. I’m going to compromise my dreams, get fat, sick, old and die someday. I kind of want to have someone around for that.’
I don’t want to put nobody on blast but in the beginning it’s like somebody telling you somebody looks like you and you’ve been looking in the mirror your whole life and nobody looks like you. Same thing with me.
You have to self-reflect. If you forget who you actually are, then what’s the use of even looking in the mirror.
I used to hate looking in the mirror. I’ve grown up into myself and now I’m happy with the way I look.
There comes a time when you look into the mirror and you realize that what you see is all that you will ever be. And then you accept it. Or you kill yourself. Or you stop looking in mirrors.
Figure skating has been a great influence for me. I took dance at the School of American Ballet, which helped my own skating. And whether you are a skater or a dancer, without sounding narcissistic, it is all about looking in the mirror.
Getting the role like this is such awonderful opportunity… I remember looking in the mirror and going ‘I’m superman’.
I grew up in dance class, so I was looking in mirrors all day.
I learned early on, having known the most handsome, successful, Gary Cooper, Clark Gable, Robert Taylor, don’t ever spend too much time looking in the mirror.
In photos, I don’t know who the real me is – it’s all pretend, just pretend. There’s not much of myself in my work. If I’m looking in the mirror and I’m working, I’m looking at my make-up and my hair. It’s not the same as looking at myself.
I avoid looking in the mirror.
When I was four years old, I remember looking in the mirror and running my fingers over my stomach and thinking I was fat.
I had a very bad time with acid. I did that classic thing of looking in the mirror by mistake and seeing the devil. But I took it several times, because you always think that next time you might have the wonderful time that everyone else is having.
I used to blame my problems on other people. But my moment of clarity, if you want to call it that, came when I was looking in the mirror one day and just burst into tears. It wasn’t just that I looked bad, it was that I knew my problem was me.
Self-image, the concept we have of ourselves, must begin not by looking in the mirror but by looking into the face of God.