Wolf DeVoon Posted January 19, 2018 Share Posted January 19, 2018 2 minutes ago, regi said: Before there can be a "feeling" of curiosity, there must first be a question in the mind, such as "why" or "what" or "how" I usually think in terms of motive. Reacting also to MSK's comment above, I read the people I meet in person. The clever ones are good actors, harder to read, but a little chat reveals plenty. Very difficult for me to see worry and hardship in their sad eyes, the brusque intensity of a predator, and vacancy in a child. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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