For as long as I can remember, I have struggled to see. Due to poor eyesight, my childhood memories are cloudy with blurry lines. As an adult, I frequently give thanks to God for corrective lenses that allow me to see the world with crispness and clarity.
Yet I wonder: [i]What are the "eyes of my heart" seeing? Where is my gaze fixed? How might my spiritual vision become clearer if I allowed God to be my spiritual eye doctor?[/i]
Perhaps, by God's grace, I could see the right order of things. Hopefully, as my trust in God's authority increases, I will more fully appreciate the beauty of God's designs.
- Sr. Julia Walsh, F.S.P.A.
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