I think heartless person exists.
Perhaps that cliché widely used by authors and poets from time to time is real. Maybe it is not just a metaphor but something scientifically proven.
A man who has ice in his left chest where it is supposed to be a place for beating heart.
There must be a research concerning this issue done by great doctors or scientists hidden somewhere in libraries. I should go finding it tomorrow.
Do you think they would suggest a guide of how to be heartless in the research also?
Why is some person so cold-hearted?
Suggested soundtrack: Good Night, Day by Jóhann Jóhannsson, Air Lyndhurst String Orchestra & Anthony Weeden