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Not in real life.

I have read, somewhere, a while back, that they are working on some way to help the blind to see. There was some very poor image reception by the blind. It might be further along now.

The detective in The Longest Journey has one. I never watched The Million Dollar Man, but I think that he had one.

I am quite curious as to what inspired this question. Would you mind sharing? 

JayR 

Gratitude as a discipline involves a conscious choice.....* Victims of circumstance owe it to fate. Victims of choice owe it to themselves.*One of the widest gaps in human experience is the gap between what we say we want to be and our willingness to discipline ourselves to get there.

Well I have a girl friend that I’m madly in love with. She has glaucoma in both her eyes, it developed for her at a very young age (5 months old, she is 19 years old now). She has gone though a myriad of operations and it has slowed the glaucoma but her optic nerve has been damaged by the horrible disease. The doctors proscribed her medication which in turn made her develop cataracts in both eyes.  So all together she has glaucoma, cataracts and optic nerve damage. As you can imagine she can’t see very well, as a matter of fact the state pronounced her “legally blind”. She constantly asks why it had to happen to her. She asks me if I think she would ever see clearly, it breaks my heart. I would gladly give her one of my eyes the problem is technology hasn’t gotten to the point that surgeons can replace an eye ball. Scientist can divide atoms. Surgeons can perform open heart surgery but they can’t replace an eye ball with another, it astounds me. I pray that someday she’ll be able to see the grains of sand beneath her feet and see the difference between black and purple and enjoy looking at all the things that we take for granted.   Thank you for you response I truly appreciate it

 

                                                 

Life is full of sadness. But there is joy in our relationship with GOD. It may be that your girlfriend will never have normal vision this side of heaven, but we all can see and experience the love of GOD. I offer Joni Eareckson Tada (born in 1949) as an example. She is a quadriplegic as the result of a diving accident. It happened when she was in her late teens. She went thru a very difficult period until she got to know GOD. She now ministers to people with physical handicaps in her radio ministry. Tada is her married surname.

Here is a quote from her husband, Ken, that I found with Google. 

Fresh romance isn't doing something new and different in bed. It's what happens when a husband shares his wife's burden, or vice-versa. And it beats a candlelight dinner any day.

You need to help her know that she is loved by both you and GOD. You need to help her deal with her anger and sadness over her physical disability. You will probably need to help her accept this visual impairment. She needs to know that she is a complete and accepted person.

May GOD grant the both of you shalom.

JayR 

 

Gratitude as a discipline involves a conscious choice.....* Victims of circumstance owe it to fate. Victims of choice owe it to themselves.*One of the widest gaps in human experience is the gap between what we say we want to be and our willingness to discipline ourselves to get there.

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