We have all turned a “blind eye” at some point in our lives. We thought it was the best thing to do at that time. Maybe because we didn’t know what to do or how to handle the situation or the person. And maybe, we were taught to have a “blind eye.” That we have developed blindness in our lives because those around us have a “blind eye” as well. From this, we have become blind to the reality around us. We have become blind to what is the truth. We have become blind to how we hurt those we “love.” We have become blind to how we have been hurting ourselves. Blindness is hurtful and dangerous. And the only way out of this blindness is to turn and look at the “light” rather than the “darkness.” Unfortunately, this is something many people will not be able to do within their lifetime. And they will remain in blindness. Always wondering “what happened to me and my life?” Are you going to stay in blindness or start seeking out the light that will lead you out of your blindness? The choice is yours.
Namaste, my friends.