Most of the times, it seems like the body is
symmetrical - meaning if we were to draw a line
right down the centre of the body, either side would be the
mirror-image of the other; both sides would be the same in
structure, size, shape etc. But in actuality, this is not so.
Take for example, our feet. They may look the same but they are not
equal in size. One foot is larger than the other. Now the question
is, if we use both our feet equally, why should one foot be larger?
The answer lies in
the fact that our body is 'asymmetrical' - it does not have
two identical halves, the right and left. Even if you were
to look closely at your face or better still take photographs of
your left and right profile, you will be able to see the differences
between the two. The right half tends to be more developed than the
left - the cheek is more prominent while the eye, ear and mouth are