Lael Caesar

is an associate editor of Adventist Review.


Once again, I’m backing the underdog. I’m speaking up for mirrors. I feel that too often mirrors have not been understood. I’m convinced that mirrors receive more than their fair share of things they don’t deserve, whether of flattery or denunciation. So find your mirror—hand mirror, full-length, whatever—and help me advocate in their behalf.

I find, for one, that quite contradictory things have been said about your mirror: it’s dangerous because it knows too much—a rather hostile view; it’s a peacekeeper, because it hold its peace—a more kindly perspective; it’s respectful because it won’t guffaw—perhaps an …

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