I took a glance at a girl who was staring at me on my way to the supermarket this afternoon.
In her stare, I was just what she stared at, and in my glance, she was just what I glanced at. Both images were circumstantial, only belonged to that exact moment and did not represent anything about ourselves. When looking at each other, we should have our histories and personalities presented out there as a whole package, otherwise the act of seeing like that simply generates confusion, misunderstanding, and maybe a little bit of curiosity that is annoying rather than sincere. We see to make assumptions and to eventually let those assumptions go away till the next meaningless act of seeing comes along. What a life!