“There is first the very uprightness of the face, its upright exposure, without defense. The skin of the face is that which stays most naked, most destitute. It is the most naked, though with a decent nudity. It is the most destitute also: there is an essential poverty in the face; the proof of this is that one tries to mask this poverty by putting on poses, by taking on a countenance.” (Levinas) The face in its naked and destitute expression causes freedom of will to falter and opens a ‘me’ to goodness. Its bareness is what exposes purity of our being and connectivity from the inside to the world around us.