Face reading Spike Lee is a kind of first for this blog. Today, for the first time, I’ll profile someone whose creativity specializes in anger.
It’s a righteous anger, I get that. Until I started preparing this face reading, the following thought never occurred to me:
I don’t think I’ve ever watched a movie or TV show or listened to music whose primary purpose included expressing anger. Neither justified anger, nor stored-up anger. Not random anger, and not even the special form of rage and resentment that gets froze into Goth.
The closest I’ve come has been to watch something that transmuted anger or resentment into laughter. Such as political satire or Saturday Night Live-style spoofing.
How about you, Blog-Buddies? Who is the angriest singer or songwriter you’ve ever loved? Have you ever left a movie — whether Spike Lee’s or someone else’s — and concluded, “Exploring that rage, unfairness, and misery… really was important for me.”
Face Reading Eyes will be our latest video from the Face Reading Party Collection of YouTubes. Do you believe that eyes are the windows to the soul?
To a physiognomist (face reader) every feature on your face contains loads of windows to your soul. That’s especially true of the system I’m using, Face Reading Secrets®. It’s based on the premise that “God don’t make no junk.”
Not junk when it comes to your soul. Not junk when it comes to your eyes. CONTINUE READING →
Face reading Joshua Johnson is my idea of a treat. Today he was named the successor to radio star Diane Rehm’s popular NPR program. Back in the day, I spent a memorable hour being the guest on “The Diane Rehm Show.” We talked aboutFace Reading Secrets®, actually. So reading the face of Joshua Johnson is one way to pay that forward.
Besides, face reading inspires. And couldn’t many of us use a lift now? Days after the election, how’s everyone doing? I’ve heard about folks who are grieving still, or rageful, or both. Standup people barely able to leave the house. Well, here’s my message to all of you:
Grieve for as long as you need. You are going to bounce back. Could be, the depth of your feelings now will add soulfulness to what you do later. After you recover.
Because recover you will. Then. may you go forward more powerfully than before.
Bring your spiritual light and your fact-based speech. Keep on doing good work. Already you have made a difference. Later you can make more of a difference than ever.
Today YOU win a prize from the recent DIVERSITY Face Reading Contest. Okay, technically, KYLIE wins. Or more properly, Chimamanda Ngoza Adichie is the winner. What matters? This face reading of Adichie can elevate us all.
As described in Comment #7 at the contest, who is Chimamanda Ngoza Adichie? According to KYLIE, the Nigerian-born novelist is:
One of today’s best novelists.
A novelist who vividly describes the experience of racism in America.
THE novelist who most clearly describes the experience of being an expatriate.
All of humanity can learn from this shake-up in collective consciousness. Especially we can learn from those who refuse to become victims. When the expatriate known as Chimamanda Ngoza Adichie triumphs, all of humanity learns a lesson about possibility! CONTINUE READING →