morph

January 26, 2010

It’s strange how some people look the same when they’re five years old as when they’re thirty years old. I’ve looked at photos of friends and been struck by characteristics that I knew all too well: a gently sloped nose; an indignant, pouting lower lip; black, dramatic eyelashes. If one’s looks stay similar throughout life, does that mean so does one’s personality? Are we doomed to be the children we were at age five? Is it any better if we’re not?

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