I am reading Danielle Steel's book Sisters. It is about family relationships. One of the sisters was in a terrible auto accident, which left her blind and took the life of the mother. The young woman, who had been an artist, had to relearn everything she had known up to that moment.
Compiled with other enlightening experiences I have had this week I began thinking about looking at the world with no sight. Maybe it wouldn't be such a bad thing, if just for a little while God/Source turned off all the lights in the universe and everyone had to relearn everything they thought they knew.
Starting over as if people knew nothing about the others in their life would be a magnificent gift from our Creator. To not be able to see the physical and rely on what the heart senses would be like seeing with new eyes, cleansed with love.
Through many tests I have survived I now realize the real person cannot be seen with human eyes without the assistance of an open heart. Our soul is our true eternal being housed in a temporary body.
Close your eyes and imagine that you can clearly see the pristine person inside of everyone who crosses your path. Do not be blinded by the glare of living your human life.