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The Three Faces of Beauty
There is a Japanese proverb that regards to a person’s identity. That saying goes like this, humans have three faces, which means that the first face is what you show to strangers that you come across. The second face is what you show to those you love such as your close family and friends. The third face is what you show only to yourself. This is the truest representation of you. The crystal statue of the woman also has three faces. The woman’s face in the left is what she shows to other people. This side of her is physically peeking outside of the crystal, and this can be interpreted as a facade that she has when she meets other people. When you meet people, strangers or acquaintance, you try to make the best impression which can result in you acting differently than how you normally would. Whereas her face in the middle of the crystal is the face she shows to those she trust and love. This is a genuine side to her that appears when she is around those she is comfortable with. To the right of the crystal is a faint side of the woman’s real face that she never shows to anyone. It is a side of her that can never completely be seen by anyone. It a deeply personal and secretive side that she could only share to herself.