Everyone who terrifies you is sixty-five percent water. And everyone you love is made of stardust, and I know sometimes you cannot even breathe deeply, and the night sky is no home, and you have cried yourself to sleep enough times that you are down to your last two percent, but nothing is infinite, not even loss. You are made of the sea and the stars, and one day you are going to find yourself again.
Interested in Knowing “How” a Person is Thinking about Something?
This could be done through understanding what is known as visual access cues. Visual access cues are clues about how a person is thinking about something by measuring the directions in his or her eye movements. For instance, can you recall a time when you ask someone “How his or her graduation ceremony was like?” and as he or she tells you that “It was wonderful, that he or she was to give a short public speech, and parents were there, that the place was well decorated” that you see his or her eyes move to the top right. What the directions of the eyes signal is that the person is visually recalling events. So this means, the person is tracing back in memories to how the events have happened. However, should the eyes move to the left top side, this may suggest that the person is making up or creating the events.