Peace of Mind

Years ago, a London newspaper reported the fascinating story of a middle-aged man who regained his sight after being blind since he was just two years of age. The man of course had not remembered the visual images he had seen as a baby, but in his blindness, he had formed some very interesting perceptions about how things looked. For example, he thought that most people were were tall and slender. He imagined that the few who were overweight were shaped like bottles. But the most striking notion he had formed over his years of sightlessness was, as he put it, “That all human faces looked peaceful.”

Surely, what the blind man felt in his ignorance should be so.…

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