Interesting. Yes, wearing masks have definitely made more people focus on eye contact, I think. It's been an interesting side effect of not being able to look at people's smiles. And, it does seem to provide reassurance that we're smiling at each other from under our masks. It's really quite beautiful. ♡

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Aimée Gramblin

Aimée Gramblin

Creativity Fiend. Memoirist-in-progress with the collective awakened and awakening consciousness. Love + Courage = Love Evolution. 16x top writer.

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