Some people have surgery so they don't see this way. I can tell you that I have never even considered doing that because I like the way I see things.
I do see a little bit better than I used to, though - part of the aging process is that nearsighted people do tend to loose a bit of their nearsightedness. This is pretty close to the way I see things now. Well, as close as I can come to it with Photoshop.
Of course, there are a few draw backs to being as nearsighted as I am. You don't want me to drive without my glasses and I don't want me to walk across the room without them. I never know what I might step on...
Some surprises are better than others. If it is dark, I turn on the lights and put on my glasses when I get out of bed. Yeah... and I put on my slippers, too. It pays to be prepared when you
Sometimes I choose to leave my Spiritual glasses off. Guess how bad my eternal vision is then? On a scale of 1 to 10, it isn't even on the scale. Things in life look all blurry and out of focus - nice and soft, with no hard edges. Or teeth. Then life bites me and I wonder what happened. Doh.
Back to digging into the Word instead of reading familiar Bible passages that are comfortable. Back to seeking what the Lord really wants me to do. Back to being His, not mine.
It's a much better deal. When my life is in focus eternally, I am much less likely to be tripped up by the fuzzy day to day-ness of life. I am much more likely to see clearly in the here and now as I look forward to the then and there.
Fixing my eyes on the Lord,