Haruki Murakami about mirror (“The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle”, 1997) - To know one’s own state is not a simple matter. One cannot look directly at one’s own face with one’s own eyes, for example. One has no choice but to look at one’s reflection in the mirror. Through experience, we come to believe that the image is correct, but that is all.
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To know one’s own state is not a simple matter. One cannot look directly at one’s own face with one’s own eyes, for example. One has no choice but to look at one’s reflection in the mirror. Through experience, we come to believe that the image is correct, but that is all.
 Haruki MurakamiThe Wind-Up Bird Chronicle (1997). copy citation

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