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Published: Sunday, July 7 2013 5:00 a.m. MDT

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Bremerton, WA

Unsighted people have the benefit of using their other senses as we sighted people can not even imagine. In a way, I truly think that they are blessed. I can't imagine not "seeing" the world around me. They can feel and taste in ways I will never know. Yes... They can't see a sunset or clouds on the horizon. I have been told of wonders of our earthly home through smells and sounds from my friends who can't see as I do. Their descriptions and their perceptions are so perfect it brings tears to my eyes.

george of the jungle
goshen, UT

Is it insite, a perspective, a point of view. Maybe. There was a guy that died there and after 3 days got up and walked around a whale. Maybe he can sense the presents of him because he never left.

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