He who can discern through looking the unspoken thoughts of another
Is an ornament to this earth, encircled by ever unchanging seas.
He who can divine without any doubt what is in the king's
Mind should be held equal to a god.
Give whatever is required to gain an advisor
Who, knowing his own mind, can read another's thoughts.
Those who grasp the unspoken thoughts of others possess the same
physical features as those who do not-yet they are different.
Of what use are the body's eyes, if they cannot discern
Another's intentions by beholding their own?
As a crystal reflects objects that are nearby,
So does the face reflect what is foremost in the heart.
What is more perceptive than the face? For whether the heart
Is angry or glad, it is the face that expresses it first.
f you find a man who knows the truth of things by looking into the
Mind, it is enough to stand silently looking into his face.
If you find a man who knows the eye's language,
The eyes will speak of hidden hate and love.
Observe those who claim subtle discernment-
Their only measuring rod is their eyes.
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