My eyes are always on the Lord,
for he rescues me from the traps of my enemies. - Psalm 25:15
A brain condition has stolen my peripheral vision. I haven't been able to see my periphery for about 5 years now. It's off and on, but mostly off.
This has taken my ability to drive. It has robbed me of the ability to enjoy scenic views. It has made me less confident of my surroundings, and I'm often scared when people approach me quickly from the side, because I can't see them coming.
Now let me tell you what the loss of peripheral vision has done for me.
I wrote this post for my family over at Rest Ministries.
I hope while you're there, you'll see the wonderful things this site has to offer.
May you be blessed, as I have been, by their friendship.
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