A face is a powerful medium. We want to put names with faces so that a whole complete person emerges into our awareness. And yet how often we measure and evaluate people in sections.
We read palms, measure feet and ankles and thighs, compare and contrast waists to hips and chests, even evaluate necks and shoulders. But virtually everyone wants to see the face that accompanies the rest of that package.
No part of our physical self gets more attention, scrutiny, more critical evaluation and more effort than our faces! No part of our human anatomy has more sub-groupings than our faces.
Faces have eyes, with their lids, lashes, brows and color. Faces have mouths, with their lips, teeth and smile. Faces have noses, with their bridges, nostrils, lengths and breadths.