Windows to the Soul..

Who first said” The eyes are the windows to the soul?

Research provides an amalgamation of response from Shakespeare’s “A Midnight Summer Dream,” ..to a list of urban legends as long as your arm.

With the best result, (at least in my opinion,) derived from answers.com.

“A person’s thoughts can be ascertained by looking in his or her eyes. The proverb has been traced back in English to ‘Regiment of Life’ (1545). But the proverb was known much earlier.

Cicero (106-43 B.C.) is quoted as saying, ‘Ut imago est animi voltus sic indices oculi’ (The face is a picture of the mind as the eyes are its interpreter). The L*tin proverbs, ‘Vultus est index animi’ or ‘Oculus animi index,’ are usually translated as ‘The face is the index of the mind.’ The French say, ‘Les yeux sont le miroir de l’dme, ..and /or, (The eyes are the mirror of the soul).

‘The eyes are the window of the soul’ is a variant form of the proverb, ..(Source, “Random House Dictionary of Popular Proverbs and Sayings” by Gregory Y. Titelman, ..Random House, New York, 1996).

Accordingly, keeping all of that pertinent and wonderful information in mind as we go forward with today’s offering, I would appreciate it if everyone would also keep in mind that it is my purpose with my writing to convince as many people as possible to judge America’s (current clash of ideologies) with your ..(common sense) ..as opposed to what you see and hear in the media.

Because, (the truth be known,) in the species, genus (Homo Sapiens,) ..evolution and education, ..have both provided for human beings to be one of the (easiest fooled) creatures on the planet.

 Canis Lupus Familiaris 

(Canis lupus familiaris): ..and/or, The domestic dog, is a subspecies of the gray wolf (Canis lupus), a member of the Canidae family of the mammilian order Carnivora.

The term “domestic dog” is generally used for both domesticated and feral varieties. The dog may have been the first animal to be domesticated, and has been the most widely kept working, hunting, and companion animal in human history.

The present lineage of dogs was domesticated from gray wolves about 15,000 years ago, ..although remains of domesticated dogs have been found in Siberia and Belgium from about 33,000 years ago, none of those lineages seem to have survived the Last Glacial Maximum.

Nevertheless, mDNA testing suggests a split between dogs and wolves around 100,000 years ago, no specimens prior to 33,000 years ago are clearly “morphologically” domesticated dog.

According to Webster: mor·phol·o·gy, The branch of biology that deals with the form and structure of organisms without consideration of function.

 

Look into a dog’s eyes and you will see a range of character and emotion equal to any Homo sapiens on the planet.

Look into your own dog’s eyes, ..and you will be greeted with “trust, ..love, ..and loyalty.”

Look into this guy’s eyes, ..and if you’re human, ..a cold chill should run up your spine

Albeit, even more frightening…

 

 

..the thought of funding four more years of Michele’s ravenous appetite for family vacations and world travel. 

 ..and counting….

Question: Can we, “We the People” ..afford another?

In closing…

This morning, while consuming my Cheerios and my banana to stoke the old furnace, I was audience to an FNC talking head that earned her stipend this morning by elaborating on the positive aspects of Bill and Hillary.

Particulars included Bill’s popularity and renowned around the world and Hillary’s investment in current world strife.

Concluding her droll drivel with declaring that “Bill,” (a perpetual womanizer,) ..and “Hillary,” ..present Secretary of State, ..and Barack Obama’s (disheveled doormat,) ..”to be one of America’s great love stories.”

..talking heads, and/or, (Meatheads) ..teleprompter reading buffoons all, ..really need to get better writers.

Think about it, I’ll be back tomorrow

Crusader Rabbit…

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