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Gratitude For The Precious Gift Of Sight

Gratitude For The Precious Gift Of SightThink about all the things you’re doing today. How many of those things are dependent on your eyesight?

No Matter How Busy You Are Right Now, Don’t Pass Up This Amazing Experience…

Best-selling author Shakti Gawain wrote, “Whatever our individual troubles and challenges may be, it’s important to pause every now and then to appreciate all that we have, on every level…”.

If you have a decent internet connection, after clicking on the play button below, click on the little gear icon and change the video resolution to 720p or 1080p. Even consider watching it in full screen mode. Then, take the four minutes to renew your spirit. When the video is over, thank your remarkable eyes for the experience:

The Eye Is A Delicate, Complex Instrument

Over 100 million light-receptive cells in our eyes work together to give us images of the world around us. Our eyesight is second only to our brain function in terms of complexity. Although modern science has found ways to transplant hearts, kidneys, and skin, we can’t yet transplant eyes. The optic nerve is just too sensitive and complex to reconstruct.

Our Vision Is Too Precious To Neglect

Protect your eye health. We appreciate that you allow us to be your lifelong partner in doing that. We are grateful for the honor and opportunity to serve you, and your family, neighbors and friends. We love the community where we live too.

Thanks for being our valued patient and friend.

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