Let’s “face” it (pun intended). It’s been said that “the eyes are the window to the soul.” You can gaze into another person’s soul to the extent that you can see into his or her eyes. Our eyes can be fixed on another person and his or her needs. Or, they can dart about, in a hurry to end a conversation. What is your experience of other people looking you directly in the eye when you talk to them? What about when you simply pass someone in the aisle in the grocery store. Do they turn their face away from you quickly? Pretend they’re on their phone? Look down at the floor? OK, people don’t have to act like we’re their long-lost aunt or uncle when they encounter us. But in your everyday experience, do you sense that people have a difficult time making eye contact? It really is a tell-tale sign of where someone is. Share your take on Tuesday with Jerry and Debbie.