Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? Most people know that that line stems from the popular fairy tale, “Sleeping Beauty”. But where did the saying “Breaking a mirror brings seven years bad luck” come from? In ancient times, the reflection in water was regarded as the person’s inner soul. Should anything disturb that image, that person would be plagued by misfortune. This superstition continued after mirrors were invented – breaking a mirror brings bad luck. And why seven years? That stems from the Roman belief that health and fortune change every seven years.

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