Every one of us will have experienced that moment when you are either on a train, walking down the street or in the supermarket where you will have made eye contact with a complete stranger. At that moment, the two of you share something, not necessarily something positive or negative but just something.
The London underground is normally a place where a person will go great lengths to not look at, be near or touch another person. Yet, when something happens, which is so out of the ordinary, people are compelled to share their emotions. Eye contact is made, small smiles or giggles are shared. A bond is formed, until it is your stop, where you get off and then the bond is gone. You will never see that person again. It is the most simple of acts, looking at another person, but is opens up a part or the … Read More