FACES: Does One’s Face Really Say Something Deep About Them?

Have You Ever Judged A Person By The Way He/She Looks?

Some people claim they can read faces, some people believe – ‘Jo jaisa dikhta hai waisa hota nahin’ (One may not be as innocent as he may seem). Why do our faces change so much as we grow? It doesn’t seem the result of only old age or simply growing and changing but something else. Have you ever judged a person by the way he/she looks? Your face is all about your deeds. Good or bad, it’s all on your face. Be it your suffering or your harsh unforgiving past, in totality it’s your Karma. So they can absolutely see what you have sown!! You cannot conceal your reality..

By Anushree Deshpande – Special To DESIBUZZCanada

They say your face is the mirror to your soul. Is it true?

Some people claim they can read faces, some people believe – ‘Jo jaisa dikhta hai waisa hota nahin’ (One may not be as innocent as he may seem).

 Why do our faces change so much as we grow? It doesn’t seem to be the result of only old age or simple growing but something else.

Have you ever judged a person by the way he/she looks?

Yes of course, we all do that. We all try to read minds and faces and record our own versions of perceptions. I would say, next time before you try to scan others just scan yourself. For instance, look at your picture when you were 18 and now look at the picture when you were 30.. 50.. and so on.. You might notice some changes apart from the major change of youth getting lost to growing age.

Folks, these changes are your attitudes, actions, reactions, choices, decisions, resolutions, undertakings, achievements and losses. A child’s innocence is very hard to preserve as once we start growing, we are often surrounded by our demons. Have you ever seen an evil looking infant or child? No one has.

Everyone wants to age gracefully, right? We are in the fitness freak times and the importance of exercise and eating right has everything to do with looking good and having a desirable body.

Nowadays science has made everything possible, right from lighter skin to perfecting jawline to the extent of reducing wide foreheads by hairline lowering surgeries. It’s like if tomorrow I want to look like Anne Hathaway, all I would need is money.

So why do our faces change as we grow? Too confusing?? Yeah!

One thing which is quite clear is that what you truly are can never be masked for long.

THEY SEE WHAT YOU HAVE SOWN!

The seeds you sow are your actions, you can never hide them as one day they will grow into a plant and the world will see the plant of your deeds.

As mentioned above it’s all about your deeds. Good or bad, it’s all on your face.

Be it your suffering or your harsh unforgiving past, in totality it’s your Karma. So they can absolutely see what you have sown!! You cannot conceal your reality. Well you can always label it as Kjo’s (Aka Karan Johar) favorite word –Conjecture!

We all try to look good all our lives. We just want a beautiful face. Why not change that course? Instead of pampering the outer body, skin, facials, high end treatments and all that, let’s pamper the soul. Let’s watch for our deeds, let’s be kind and considerate and then see how we look after this particular therapeutic course.

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Now come let’s take a look at how some of these B Town stars looked when they entered the industry and how they transformed over the years.

Aishwarya Rai

She is no doubt still the most beautiful woman in the world and we all are stunned by her evergreen grace and dignity. We still cannot overlook the fact that she had a very innocent face when she won her Miss World title in 1994. Over the years maintaining her calmness and dignity in spite of having all the pressure and never ending speculations of media over her looks and acting skills, she has changed a lot. The face now depicts wisdom and pride.

Hritik Roshan

When this man made his first appearance on screen in 2000, he was an immediate success. He became the nation’s heartthrob. He was called the Greek God. Those hopeful green eyes and naivety on his face amazed millions. Yet as time passed, the see-saw of success and failures in his life and a troubled personal life, not to forget his extreme physical hard work has taken away the ‘noor’ from his face. We are still his die-hard fans and love his work and ooohh that Greek God aura (body).

Aamir Khan

This sincere 1990s sensation rode a long way to become the star in 2000s and accelerated his superstar status in 2010s. He is known for originality, content and perfection. Aamir had the purest form of sincerity on his face and looked like an artist when he entered the industry but now with time and tremendous success, there’s a Mischievous  look, this irrefutable passionate spirit and thirst for success attached to his personality.

Not just celebs but we have even seen leaders get hit at the face by Karma.

Saddam Hussain

No man is born cruel. He who tries to destroy mankind suffers similar endings.

Muammar Gaddafi

This Libyan Strongman looked hideous during his old age.

There’s a certain tone of cruelty on their faces. Did you all notice? It’s not face reading but what we unwillingly decipher in the first look.

Now let’s run through some popular faces which seem to have conquered time. They have not only aged gracefully but they still hold that charm and purity. It’s clearly their beauty of mind and heart.

First person which comes to my mind is our very own ‘Joey’ aka Matt Le Blanc from the popular 1994s comedy series Friends.

Matt Le Blanc

Can you see any difference at all except for the gray hair and few tiny-miny wrinkles?? This definitely makes me wonder and say – “How you doing?” If you know what I mean! No, seriously!! How are you doing it Matt?? How can you not change all these years??

Madhuri Dixit

Speechless!! Just 3 words – NOTHING HAS CHANGED!!

Julianne Moore

Can you see the grace and beauty intact all these years? It's definitely the reflection of a pure heart.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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NO FAN NO FOE JUST FAIR!!

Anushree Deshpande

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