Nature's revelations of character; or, physiognomy illustratedA description of the mental, moral and volitive dispositions of mankind, as manifested in the human form and countenance . object, as if instinctive reason had concludeil thatgreater proximity would enhance the observing and notingcapacity; and, therefore, like the sunflower which lovinglyfollows the sun for the rays which keep it in life, the headis projected to the object of attention for greater inspirationthere. SYMPATHETICALNESS.—SYMPATHY. THE VIRTUE WHICH AFFORDS FELLOW FEELING FOR THEWOES, TROUBLES, AND ANXIETIES OF OTHERS, A

Nature's revelations of character; or, physiognomy illustratedA description of the mental, moral and volitive dispositions of mankind, as manifested in the human form and countenance . object, as if instinctive reason had concludeil thatgreater proximity would enhance the observing and notingcapacity; and, therefore, like the sunflower which lovinglyfollows the sun for the rays which keep it in life, the headis projected to the object of attention for greater inspirationthere. SYMPATHETICALNESS.—SYMPATHY. THE VIRTUE WHICH AFFORDS FELLOW FEELING FOR THEWOES, TROUBLES, AND ANXIETIES OF OTHERS, A Stock Photo
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Nature's revelations of character; or, physiognomy illustratedA description of the mental, moral and volitive dispositions of mankind, as manifested in the human form and countenance . object, as if instinctive reason had concludeil thatgreater proximity would enhance the observing and notingcapacity; and, therefore, like the sunflower which lovinglyfollows the sun for the rays which keep it in life, the headis projected to the object of attention for greater inspirationthere. SYMPATHETICALNESS.—SYMPATHY. THE VIRTUE WHICH AFFORDS FELLOW FEELING FOR THEWOES, TROUBLES, AND ANXIETIES OF OTHERS, AS WELLAS FOR THEIR JOYS AND PLEASURES. A long narroiu face, with full lijJs, are testimonies oftrue and heart-stirring sympathy. But besides these thereare several other signs, such as a long head, from foreheadto crown; long and slim fingers, &c. THE FACULTIES, THETJl SIGNS AND PRINCIPLES. 239 To enter into and make our own the joys and sorrowsof others, requires subtle powers of sensation to enable ustc analyze and uriderstand the ieolir.gs jf others, and thepresence of this high power of sensation is indicated bylargeness in the upper front of the head. After arriving. SympatheticalnessSmall—Eobespiexre, Syu3patlieticaInessLxrj;e - Eustache, an implacable, sanguinolent, aud who saved lus iiiascer aud othersfcraculent tyranfc. fjviu massacre. at a correct estimation of the feelings of others, a fine-grained organization is absolutel} necessury before we cansympithize with, and appropriate those feelings. All thefiner feelings, as pity, purity, cleanliness, love of the beauti-ful and the sublime, &c., depend for their existence uponthe fineness of the individualized material. THE PACULTIES, THEIR SIGNS AND PRINCIPLES. O X.J ^ S S -V I. THE PERFECTIVE QUALITIES. THE QUALITIES OF CLASS SIXTH ACCOMPANY AN EVENCOMBINATION OF TWO OK MORE OF THE FIVE i?ORMS. -.:-^^^^:.^ GRACEFULNESS. BY GRACEFULNESS IS MEANT THE QUALITY OR FACULTYRESULTING IN EASE AND ELEGANCE OF MOTf:: ANDAGREEA

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