They look in a mirror and say everything they hate about their bodies. Little do they know, the people on the other side of the mirror have a totally different opinion.
|Scooped by Ryan Milanes|
This video is about strangers coming in and talking all about their imperfections. While one person is talking, these other people that are behind the mirror and they are giving them nice comments to them. Some people said they didn't like their body shape, if they looked fat today and weight issues. The people behind the mirror are giving their first impressions of the stranger in front of the mirror. At the end of the video, the everyone got to listen to what people had to say about their imperfections.
I can relate this scoop to the temples of the holy spirit. I related this scoop to the temples of the holy spirit because even though they are not abusing their bodies with drugs and alcohol, but they aren't treating their body with respect. Some people said they are not keeping their body shape or they have donkey legs. Those people should realize that some people really want those kind of legs or your type of body size, which they do find out in the end. You always see the bad in your body but other people seem that its great. Another idea I can relate to this video is the Christian Relationship " respect the dignity, values and needs of those all involved" because the people behind the mirror didn't say anything negative to the person talking, they said positive and happy comments that make them feel special.
This video said you should never be self cautious about yourself because you'll never know what someone else would else. That comment could impact you in a negatively or positively. Nobody is perfect and you should keep that in mind. You may think of yourself as ugly or fat but someone's opinion can change your mind about yourself. In my opinion if we did this kind off thing in our school, community or anywhere else, many people would say a nice comment that can change your opinion on yourself and change your perspective on other people.