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Face Reading David Sedaris, Concluded

More face reading of one of my favorite writers, David Sedaris

More face reading of one of my favorite writers, David Sedaris

Mysteries of the face continue to be explored, for us consciousness explorers who are face readers. And if you’re a fan of David Sedaris, that’s so great because the man throws out a Facade Body that practically makes your eyes turn away. (Has he been playing with Patanjali’s invisibility sutra or what?)

Yet an intrepid face reader like you are me can still find the mysteries, undetered by appearances. Ironic, I know.

That’s what physiognomy does for a person, however. Through seeing the face clearly and interpreting the data compassionately, you do see beyond appearances.

Face Reading The King of Quirky — and Compassion — David Sedaris

Face reading an outstanding writer, David Sedaris

Face reading an outstanding writer, David Sedaris

This face reader will tell you. David Sedaris has the longest Mark of Devotion I have seen on anyone. Period.

It has been growing for years, along with his fabulous list of books. Listen to them as audiobooks if you can. They include Dress Your Family in Corduroy and DenimMe Talk Pretty One Day, Holidays on Ice, and Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls.

Nobody else makes you laugh in quite that way, with the wry wit and detached observations, the quirky details and masterful pacing. If you didn’t know about his extraordinary Mark of Devotion, you might even take for granted the self-deprecating persona, how David Sedaris creates that likeable mess of a narrator. Call it Greek-style Woody Allen. Even better, call it unique.