Some Myopic Thoughts on “Vision”

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[Another challenge from iscriblr on the topic of vision]

There are none so blind as those who will not see; but don’t worry, they are still okay to drive…

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Helen Keller once said that the most pathetic thing in the world was a person with sight but no vision. She was a mean drunk.

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I thought I was having a waking vision of my own horrible bloody death; but, to my relief, it was just my twin brother being stabbed to death in my living room.

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Having a sober vision of what success should look like is a great way to understand just how badly you’ve screwed up, afterwards.

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Deepak Chopra once said, “The more boundless your vision, the more real you are”. My vision extends to eating the rest of the blueberry pie in the fridge, so I am essentially a leprechaun…

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Sometimes I see what needs to be done with such clarity that I feel extra guilty when I take a nap instead.

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In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man rules; but, honestly, I think it was a mistake to let him be the one to count the ballots.

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Every poet has his own unique vision; and, the only thing that these visions have in common is that they are crap.

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Reality is what people who lack vision see… so we let them handle the money…

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A man who sees with his eyes, sees only the mundane. A man who sees with his heart sees his own sternum and maybe his kidneys.

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22 thoughts on “Some Myopic Thoughts on “Vision”

    1. Thanks, Robyn. Helen Keller was the first biography I ever read… I think third grade. I find the concept of taking in the world only through tactile and olfactory senses intriguing…

      Yeah, I’m the guy who’s excited that my son is taking a graduate-level grammar course. Sorry.

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