To stand up, we touch ground = Our feet are touching the ground to stand up.
We touch our knee to strengthen the architecture of standing action.
Any point of our body touches on the surface we stand/rely/balance on.
When the hand touches on the side of the face, it means wondering. Or when it touches forehead diagonally, with the head slightly tilted to it, headache?
When our both hands touch/cover our face, it means Oops/Oh my!! Or crying? Or laughing.
When our hands support our chin to rest, it means pondering.
When we have the point that hurts, we touch/cover it with the hand. The care of the hand seems to heal the spot and feels the hand is protecting/warming up the spot.
We reach our hands/arms to the direction we need help; seek out; want to connect.
We wave our hand(s) to people to greet: to say good bye, hello.
We wave our hand in the different manner to express, “It’s nonsense,” “It’s OK,” “Leave it,” or “No.”
We push our hands with palms facing down to do the gesture of “calm down,” “be quiet,” “silence.” In opposite way, facing palms up, “Rise!”
We wave our hand to send air to our face when it’s hot; side ways in front of nose means smell bad, or softly toward your face to bring good smell in.
Victory pose. Yay!!
Cover mouth, yawn, cough…
Push…, Hit, Mold, Wipe, Cook, Create something, Hold Tools, Pat,