It doesn’t always mean bad when we look at people with bad eye-sights. They are just living the world in a different perspective.
Today, I woke up with a slight tinge of headache on my forehead. I felt my sight being worse with my new glasses. I couldn’t focus on any objects around me unless they were inches away from me. Everything was but a blur when I woke up, with my left eyes, searched for my glasses that I left carelessly on my desk somewhere.
It felt different, then usual when I tried to thumb around for my shower head and shampoo. Everything was distilled, diluted and distant. I felt, for a moment that this really is difficult to live, for those of us with bad eyesights. How can we be to compare with those with 20/20 vision.
I’ve realized something, that instead of feeling down about my sight I should feel more optimistic with things that I have where those with good sight can never have. I am blessed with ever seeing aperture and depth of field, focus on things that can be insignificant and hidden. I’ve noticed small droplets of water streaming down the walls of my tile. Stream of water steaming off from the shower head, and shampoo head with brand name blurred out of my vision. All the distraction and noise hidden blurred out of my sight. I’m sure it has helped me so much to take captivating pictures with my camera.
I believe things happen for a reason and we should live best with what we have, not so much of what we want in our life.