Face

Face: To be directed at something. A secondary meaning is a flat plane that accompanies such direction, such as the face of a person, the face of a rock, or the facet (little face) of a crystal. This is an example of a word used today mainly as a noun (I have a face) but coming from pure energy (I face the mountain.) The one-to-one correspondence between the face and what it ‘faces’ is essential to this energy. In the stones below, one granite stone faces the sun, and grows lichen. The other faces the rain and grows moss.

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