Each time you look in the mirror, what do you see? Are you satisfied with the way you look? Or do you pick apart every bit of your appearance? You are your own worst critic, but now’s the time to start embracing all of your physical traits and personality characteristics that make you special. Here are a few of the things that make you unique in this world.
An eyeprint is a unique map of the blood vessels in the whites of your eyes. This one of a kind map is unique to you, and it cannot be fabricated nor duplicated. Capturing the eyeprint is the wave of the future, and techies are convinced it will soon be replacing the fingerprint as the go-to identification tool. There are phone apps that already utilize this technology by requiring users to gaze into the screen to capture their eyeprint before gaining access to their cell phone.
The sound of your laughter is something that sets you apart from the rest. Everyone has their own special laugh, and this is what makes us all unique. Some people think their laugh is an-noying, and others get embarrassed when they accidentally let out a big snort when they find something funny. Whether you love or hate the way you sound when you’re laughing, just be proud of your laughter and realize no one else can laugh quite like you.
Although we all have the same molecule at the center of our reproductive systems, every one of us has a unique genetic code. This arrangement of DNA letters determines our physical
characteristics. Whether you have blonde hair or brown hair, blue eyes or green eyes, these traits are determined by your own personal code. So the next time you look in the mirror, just know that every last one of your features is unique to you.
We all have a past, and it's those good and bad experiences that make us who we are today. Your past has the ability to shape your personality and mold your character. You may be less trusting because of bad things that happened, but this doesn’t mean you’re a horrible person. Your past is your official life story, and learning and growing from your experiences makes you different from everyone else in the world.
What makes you unique?