When you look at me it is in "your" mind that I appear to exist.
When "I" look at you it is in "my" mind that you appear to exist.
When each of us looks at the other it is in the mind of the "looker" that whatever is seen appears.
Everything we may think of one another only appears to exist in the mind in which it appears.
And nothing we attribute to one another exists objectively at all.
"Your" mind is only apparently "yours."
It is not "yours" but what you are, all that you are.
Its "looking" is all "looking", see-ing-as-such manifesting relatively as subject perceiving object.
---Wei Wu Wei