Eyes are literally the windows to the inner most aspects of our personality and character traits. If you look into someone’s eyes, you can easily tell if they are scared, sad, or worn down inside. But if you look even closer, you will also be able to see what kind of psychology and personality that person has.
Eyes are literally a window into people’s souls.
I have always had a fascination with eyes. A book that hasn’t been read. A person’s eyes can be as revealing as opening and reading that very first page.
Your interest is heightened with each turn of the page.
Have you noticed how a baby’s eyes are so big and wide ? They seem to want to take in as much as they can and just as quickly.
Eyes that seem to twinkle. If you look at baby photo’s and than photo’s of the individual as they age you see the eyes do not change.
Your face as it ages makes the eyes seem smaller and further apart. In actuality they are the same size they were when you were three months old.
You just don’t look as adorable.
Your eyes have lost much of there sparkle and crow’s feet have taken up residence.
They have seen many things.
Pain can easily be seen in eyes. Lack of sleep makes the eyes look tired and darker. Drugs and alcohol dull your eye shine.
Just as eyes seem to light up at times when a loved one is present.
The dullness is all too clear when something or someone is lost too them.
The sparkle seems to dissipate and tears fall freely.
Iris biometrics which is highlighted in the amazing film “I Origins” it reminds me that our eyes are in fact similar to a fingerprint.
The pattern uniqueness of the iris is spoke of in Jeff Carter’s TEDxKC Extreme Identity.
Starting at 4:54
“An iris scan is really the ultimate in security. To give you an analogy—fingerprints would be the floppy disks; an iris scan is the solid-state hard drive.”
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My Eye Age 17 Senior Photo
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