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Tuesday, 4 September 2012

A sight without vision

A person with a sight can see. A person with vision can also see. However, what makes a visionary person advanced than the one who can merely see is “focus”.

A person with sight only focuses his two pairs of eyes on one specific thing; that is “the present”. Nothing again matters to him or her except what is being seen at the moment.

A person with vision on the other hand focuses his two pairs of eyes, his brain, alongside his other senses on the present situation, the future and even beyond the future is something like that exists. This lays the fact that people with mere sight lack purpose and remains observers till their visions become clear.
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