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Applying a part with fifty five percentage of all language evinces how important this value is. Messages can be simply conveyed both verbally, using tongue, and non verbally, including bodily gestures via distance, paper, emails and even silence. So the portion of a nonverbal language is of more than a verbal language. Eyes, eyebrows, mouths and their subtle motions express a world of messages. What's more, hands and feet along with the distance placed between one person and another are able to leave a good or bad impression on someone else for many years or even forever. Each small organ of one's body says a lot and creates body language. Body language creeps into literature and illustrates the real sense of the writer as well as the reader. A large number of academic research and projects, especially on the field of psychology, have also been devoted to body language and most papers often add further information to this wonderful world.
The present attempt in this article has been dedicated to give a small introduction to body language, a small picture of BODY. The compiler hopes the article will be of some assistance to someone who has interest in being informed of the values of messages via a non verbal language.
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