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Heath Ledger, Face Reading

Heath Ledger, Face Reading. Granted, for today’s post, this photo of a HEATH is about as close as I could get to an authorized photo of the popular star who died young.

Heath Ledger, Face Reading. Let’s celebrate the superstar with a fresh look at his famously endearing face.

Heath Ledger died young. While still handsome and cute. At the peak of his acting career. Or, at least, the start of it.

True to his romantic name, this real-life Healthcliff charmed many a moviegoer. Especially noteworthy, of course, was his performance in “Brokeback Mountain.” Not to mention the romance in all the acting awards he won posthumously!

Face Reading Joshua Johnson, Hosting the Next "Diane Rehm Show"

Face Reading Joshua Johnson, listening intently. (As if to the radio.)

Face Reading Joshua Johnson, listening intently. (As if listening to a great radio show.)

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 about Face 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.

Face Reading Novelist Chimamanda Ngoza Adichie

Face reading Face Reading Chimamanda Ngoza Adichie

Face Reading Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

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.

Blog-Buddies, did you know that 1 out of every 133 people on earth is now a displaced person? Chimamanda Ngoza Adichie is hardly the world’s only expatriate. There have never been so many displaced people. Ever. Not ever, in the history of earth.

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!

Face Reading Leslie Jones. A Newsletter Announcement.

Announcing three items of face reading data I never saw... before researching Leslie Jones

Announcing three great items of face reading data I never saw… before researching Leslie Jones

My Face Reading of Leslie Jones really, really didn’t go as planned. Ironically I began the November Newsletter like this:

Feel surprised today. If you want, feel pleasantly surprised.

Yes, you could call that  “Waking up your capacity for wonder.” If you have to get fancy about it.

Yet it doesn’t take fancy anything to experience surprise, not really. Allowing yourself to feel surprise can be… simple.

Oy veh! As if I knew what I was doing with that invitation to big surprise! And I thought I was just writing another issue of my monthly newsletter, “Reading Life Deeper.”

Did that ever turn out to be an understatement!

A DIVERSITY Face Reading Contest

Announcing our latest Face Reading Contest

Announcing our latest Face Reading Contest

Announcing our new face reading contest, hooray! Here’s your chance to propose public figures whose faces you’d like me to read. And yes,  it’s a DIVERSITY Face Reading Contest.

Diversity was discussed in the last blog post: Honoring Diversity with Face Reading

Today, let’s get to specifics about this new face reading contest. It’s open through October 15, 2016. How can you enter?

How to Enter our Honoring Diversity Face Reading Contest

How President Obama Has Evolved, Face Reading Part 1

Aura reading Sarah Palin, presidential candidate

Being the American president now, not easygoing like a flag gently rippling in a welcoming breeze

Today President Obama is delivering a historic speech on Cuban soil. I heard some of it live, will read a transcript later. (Glad I got to hear his excellent accent in Spanish!)

Now I’ll go on to thank him by starting a three-part face reading article about how Barack Obama’s face has changed.

Among the many forms of energetic literacy available to us today, physiognomy is the easiest to master. Alterations to Obama’s aura are also extraordinary, as I described in this blog post: President Obama — How His Aura Has Changed

But for now, just sit back and learn some face reading. See how the form of physiognomy I use, Face Reading Secrets®, can show you truth that is hiding in plain sight. Curious Reader (yes that’s what I’ll be calling you in this article), take a look at these contrasting photos and see what you make of them.

Face Reading a Genius, Mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani, Part One

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Hear ye, hear ye! (What, that idea of bell ringing to celebrate winning a big prize? That has got to be one of the funnier anachronisms for a weblog.)

Announcing the First Prize Winner of our Contest to Admire, mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani. Not just any highly ranked female mathematician, either. Maryam Mirzakhani has won The Fields Medal, a.k.a. “The Nobel Prize for Mathematics.”

Iranian by birth, she is now working in the U.S. as a professor at Stanford University. In the world of professional mathematics — and beyond — it’s a very big deal indeed that Professor Mirzakhani is the first woman ever to win this, the highest recognition within the field of mathematics.

As noted by Blog-Buddy ZOFIA in her contest winning entry (Comment 15):

“Pure maths is a very male-dominated world and is very competitive.

“However, she looks like a calm, chilled out person. It’ll be interesting to see how she relates to abstract thought in her aura.”

First prize in this Contest to Admire means that in today’s article I will do a face reading of Maryam Mirzakhani. Then a Part Two. As a follow-up, I will create an aura reading of this remarkable woman. And, yes, I will be emphasizing themes of calmness versus competitiveness, plus Maryam Mirzakhani’s way of relating to abstract thought.

Face reading public health hero Hamid Jafari

Justin Bieber, apparently more famous than Hamid Jafari

Justin Bieber, apparently more famous than Hamid Jafari

“It has been almost three years with no cases of polio in India.” Sound like a big deal? Well, it should.

Blog-Buddies, you have probably grown up free from the crippling virus. Maybe you even received a polio shot as I did, growing up.  In America, the disabling disease has been eradicated since 1979.

I have only one friend whose legs are disfigured from a childhood encounter with polio, the same illness that — not so very long ago — crippled American President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Now India joins the family of nations that is polio-free. Credit goes particularly to Hamid Jafari, who wouldn’t give up on the seemingly impossible project of protecting all the children of India from the disease.

Face Reading Frances Gerety

Face reading advertising superstar Frances Garety

Face Reading Frances Gerety, Advertising Superstar

Face Reading Frances Gerety. Learn about the most influential woman you’ve never met. Responsible for all those diamond engagement rings you see in American women.

So many engagement rings! So many diamonds! WHY?

Because of “Diamonds are forever.” And who started that meme? Frances Gerety!

Face Reading Sonia Sotomayor, Supreme Court Justice. A Comparison Face Reading.

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All of us can be ennobled by using deeper perception on “The wise Latina.” Justice Sotomayor has been in the news lately, administering the oath of office to Vice-President Joe Biden. Her new memoir is out as well.

Although I haven’t yet read “My Beloved World,” I have seen her interviewed on TV, read about Sonia Sotomayor in the newspaper. Like you, perhaps, I learned that she began giving herself insulin injections for diabetes. By herself, age seven. By herself because of a flaky mother and a father whose hands shook too badly, from alcoholism, to help his daughter.