A toddler and a mirror
The mirror stage (French: stade du miroir) is a concept in the psychoanalytic theory of Jacques Lacan. The mirror stage is based on the belief that infants recognize themselves in a mirror (literal) or other symbolic contraption which induces apperception (the turning of oneself into an object that can be viewed by the child from outside of himself) from the age of about six months.
'It is natural to look for the difference between here and there, and in you and I. But it is more encouraging to realize how similar we are.'