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  1. This is Latin: “Vultus est index animi”, the author of the proverb is unknown. In our country, the phrase about eyes and mirrors is most often attributed to Leo Tolstoy, less often to Vikentiy Veresaev.�
    � � � � Perhaps this is a modified Latin expression Imago animi vultus est (face – mirror of the soul) , attributed to Cicero.
    � � � � In any case, this expression has become a proverb not only in Russian:�A friend's eyes are the best mirror – A friend's eye is a good mirror (English proverb).�
    � � � � In general, the eyes are often referred to in various stable expressions: the eyes can run, run, stick together, be in a wet place, and then suddenly suddenly climb on the forehead, gather in a pile, or even be on the back of the head. They can be shot and drilled, or even completely stripped. Although the eyes are not a book, they can be read. Although they are not legs, but they can be taken off. Although they are not hands, but they can be clapped and felt.�Eyes can be rotated, devoured, followed… They can be overlooked, waiting for someone. The main thing is not to cry them out.Previously, ordinary people often swore-swore ” burst my eyes “.When we don't get enough sleep, we complain that our eyes don't open. But when we say that we will do something with our eyes closed, we inspire the other person's respect for professionalism.�
    � � � �The eyes also have an amazing ability to start a conversation before the lips move, and can continue to talk when the lips have been closed for a long time.…
    � � � �The original source is unlikely to be found, since this expression has long been firmly rooted in yakhyka, one thing is certain – the eyes are a mirror, and what, the soul or conscience or actions-it's up to us to decide.

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