How to Improve Your Vision
By Steve Goodier
The English word "thanks" comes from the same root word as "think."
But they not only share a similar background, they are related in
another way. It seems the more we think, the more we thank. One woman
illustrated the how thinking and thanking are related in a visit to
the eye doctor.
She complained to her ophthalmologist that, as she grew older, her
eyesight was getting worse. He examined her eyes and could not be
encouraging about the future of her eyesight. But to his surprise, she
did not seem to be upset. She told him all she was grateful for: her
deceased husband; her children and their families; her friends; the
many years she has enjoyed upon this earth; her vast library of
memories. She had done a great deal of thinking about these things.
"My eyesight is getting worse," she summarized, "but I'm not going to
fret over that."
Her doctor later made this observation: "Her eyesight is poor, but her
vision is better than most people." She clearly saw what many never
see -- all the good in her life. And she was content.
When we take time to think, and make time to thank, we see more
It sounds like an good way to improve your vision.
Publisher@LifeSupportSystem.com is a professional
speaker, consultant and author of numerous books. Visit his site for
more information, or to sign up for his FREE newsletter of Life, Love
and Laughter at http://LifeSupportSystem.com.