I want to see myself more than the image that I see whenever I look in front of the mirror or the pictures that are saved on my phone or the ones uploaded in my social-media accounts. I want to see myself from someone else’s eyes. I want to know how I look like every time I am so engrossed with the book I am currently reading or whenever I am so serious writing my thoughts down my journal. I want to see how my smile looks whenever I give it to a certain stranger or how ridiculous my face is each time I share my silliness with my friends by telling a crazy joke. I want to watch myself on a peaceful sleep as I dream a dream that I would not even remember when I wake up. I want to see myself during those moments when I am so vulnerable, when I don’t care about the world, when I don’t think anyone is watching me. I want to see myself the way I see everyone else; maybe then I’d learn to love myself the way I did to anyone else.