July 7, 2009 at 2:20 pm | Posted in Sight | Leave a comment
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In a world of lies, you must know you can believe your eyes.

The instant your eyesight starts to fade, you’ll know.

Suddenly, distant street signs will no longer be crystal clear – making navigation in traffic even more stressful.

Once you get over your sorrow at this manifestation of aging, you’ll do something about it.

If the optometrist shows you a hi-resolution 3D computer image of your retina, you’ll want a colour copy to take home.

When she performs your eye test, you’ll excel at giving her all the feedback she needs to prescribe the right lenses in super-fast time.

When she asks which frame you’d like, you’ll wish you could keep the thick, black, eye test unit, with its exquisite calibrations and finely knurled adjusting knobs.

If the optometrist is honest, she may well suggest that you don’t actually need prescription glasses at this early stage of your myopia.

You, of course, will be keen to restore your sight to its former power, that you may once again perceive the world in your customarily penetrating fashion.

And there ain’t nothin’ wrong with that!


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