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“Telling With the Eyes”, Jose Marin
Human beings have a great need to communicate.
Contrary to what we may think, a large part of communication between people occurs through non-verbal communication.
What I have been able to verify as a result of the pandemic is that people always find a way to communicate.
In these times when masks cover our mouths, we realize that we have lost the possibility of observing the lips to perceive happiness or sadness and many other emotions of the people with whom we interact.
As a result of this, we have had to learn to communicate with our eyes, unconsciously we make an effort to express with our eyes what we want to express, that is why many times a day we count on our eyes and we also read looks to find out what the voice does not transmits to us.
The look has its own non-verbal language, the look can be sincere or false, we usually avoid the look when we feel ashamed or we try to find the look when we need sincerity, the look is attraction, but also rejection, we can notice feelings so deep like love, admiration or pleasure. On the other hand, the look sometimes expresses the opposite as well as hatred, resentment or fear. Those feelings are much deeper and more sincere expressed with the eyes than told with words.
The conclusion is that with our eyes we can perceive and also express without the need to speak.