When my vision was tested to renew my driver's license, I saw...

When my vision was tested to renew my driver's license, I saw only darkness, so I was told to visit an optometrist. When the optometrist urged me to have an immediate operation, I asked, "Do you mean I am going blind?"

On the bus going home I was shaken. I had expected him to issue better glasses for me, but instead he had said he could only recommend a daytime driver's license. I did not feel I could accept such a limitation.

Once I arrived home I took a short nap and woke still rejecting the optometrist's verdict. After dinner I read Christian Science literature for two hours. I prayed to God with all my heart as I never had before. I knew God is All-in-all, and I refused to accept any material belief in cataracts. I felt peaceful and went to bed.

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