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Most people have an inner demon and inner angel, inner darkness and inner light, inner evil and inner goodness.

Yes, the eyes are the window to and mirror of the soul.

But a single picture cannot be used to condemn or praise someone in one way or the other.

99.9999% of you
will have a picture that makes you look completely evil or possessed, because you are all possessed by your soul, which has component parts to it.

Now, over the course of dozens of pictures, if that same look in the eyes remains; u very likely know a great deal about the person
But more often than not, the camera may capture a person at a time where the "Demonic" element of them is in a dominant phase.

We all have cycles, where the better and worse part of ourselves have dominant and submissive phases.

Photos snapped at the "wrong time" during
a part of the cycle, can make anyone look evil, bad, crazy, etc. At the "right time," it can make them appear better than they actually are.

Don't judge by a picture. It's very likely that you yourself will regret it when people see your own photo, capturing just a part of you
And decide to make judgements about you.

This phenomenon of using the picture to look at one's eyes to decipher more about them is one of the more ludicrous "woke" theories out there in the occult and spiritual community right now.

Having said all that, when your eye to eye
and face to face with someone, a syncing can indeed occur where you can capture the fuller measure of a man or woman by looking into their eyes.

But careful....are you seeing the mirror or the window when you do so?

Judge carefully my friends, especially when you don't know
a person at all.

Everybody has darkness and light/ evil and good (not necessarily the same) inside of them.

It's the choices we make, and how we live with what we have (not always by choice) that makes the difference in life.

Do you live above and beyond the worst parts of
yourself (your lower self, your evil self)? Do you starve them as much as you can? Do you ever use them to achieve something better than what those parts of yourself actually crave?

You try to boil the complexity of a human being down into a single picture or two and the
world you're building is not a pretty one. It's one where any human could be condemned on the whims of something that doesn't go beyond a religious or superstitious belief in my book.

Careful how you judge, careful how you condemn. You may one day regret it.
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