I can only imagine my wife’s beautiful face. Oh sure, I’ve stroked it and caressed it many times. I’ve felt the lines with the gratuities of my digits, find “peoples lives” together, and I’ve heard her smile. I understand that’s not really construing it. It’s not seeing her eyes as they glow with something funny I said; or, when she looks at me with affection reserved only for those who are truly in love.

She’s often tried to explain the show and pigments of a sunset and the cotton softness of shadows as they float across the sky. And, what about a rainbow made up of all the shades that somehow predict all of us that things in the world will get better.

How amazing it would be to see two daughters Blythe skiing her favorite Colorado Mountain trail or my son Tom riding a California wave, both so secure and joyous enjoying the sports they adore.

There is so much more I choose I could see, but it’s not be happening because I am blind. I am left with merely reckoning what it’s like to have the gift of sight.

I can only empathize with how person or persons feels when their vision is threatened by glaucoma or diabetic retinopathy, retinitis pigmentosa, and the most devastating of all, macular degeneration .

At the Discovery Eye Foundation( DEF) our researchers are directing every day to overcome the loss of seeing and cure your ability to treasure all the perfection that encircles you. I’ve heard it said that the eyes are the windows to the person. I don’t know if that’s true, but I am sure that they are the single more important appreciation in the group of five, and that saving image is a movement that must be supported.

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