So, I’ve had these quotes appear in front of me in the span of just a few days:
“One’s destination is never a place, but rather a new way of seeing things.” — Henry Miller
“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” — Dr. Wayne Dyer
Kinda getting the feeling, maybe I might be due for a lens change?
I’ve been nearsighted most of my life. I think I was 10 years old when I first got glasses. I had Lasik surgery about 12 years ago, but its effectiveness is beginning to wane as my eyes age along with the rest of me.
And it feels like nearsightedness is a pretty big issue right now. The path forward seems very blurry. What is the world going to look like tomorrow, next week, next month? In non-pandemic times, many of us can make reasonable assumptions about the future and its shape. Not so much right now.
So I’m going to try to quiet down and stop asking those questions for a while. Maybe in the silence, a different kind of question will present itself. A new way of seeing things.