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Look into my Eyes ...

and you will see the world.

Hmm ... it sounds like something taken straight out of a cheesy chick flick, but ironically it's something that I believe in. Perhaps it's more than just the eyes, but a mix of non-verbal communication, observation, and intuition. There is just so much you can gather by looking deeply into someone's eyes.

Don't get me wrong, I don't expect someone to know exactly what's going on inside my head with just a look. After all, most of us aren't mind readers. I just think that if you're keen, observant, and intuitive enough, then you should be able to grasp a general sense of what's going on inside someone's mind.

If you don't already, try really looking into someone's eyes for a change.

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