Faces are mirrors of one’s character and appearances

This post is in response to the creativity carnival event being hosted by Shafali. She creates every Friday, a caricature and throws a challenge at the bloggers to interpret and use it in their responses to that challenge. This week’s challenge is to respond to her caricature titled “Faces”. You can find the details of this challenge and the responses received against that challenge by clicking at this link: “Creativity Carnival – Faces”.

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Faces are the mirrors of your feelings and character. A glimpse of the face can either make you love the person or hate the person. Some faces bring happiness while others bring lots of sorrow, tension and worries.They are like books telling the story. They tell the story of the person holding that face.

And, faces acquire decency and beauty with the looks and structure of the body, their hairstyles, makeups and costumes and all those extras.

But, sometimes, it may be difficult to read the faces of people. Because, they project multiple faces. Outer expressions will be something that appear to be nice, but inner thoughts will be ugly and different. Due to this, those faces which pose to be very nice and gentle externally may turn out to be inwardly most cunning and vicious.

The eyes are mostly dependable in such circumstances. Eyes can tell you all that faces may not be revealing in most cases. By studying one’s eyes, you can judge accurately whether a person is honest or not.

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2 thoughts on “Faces are mirrors of one’s character and appearances

  1. Thanks, Mr. Venkatachari. I am glad you participated in this week’s carnival. I missed your entry in the previous one (I’ve gotten used to reading your stories, I guess.) You are so right about people projecting different faces to different people. I guess a lot of people are really masters of this art. The recent news-story about Indrani is a case in point.

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