My Deepest Secret Fears

So how can we “see” what we don’t see?

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Hula Kahiko“It is a terrible thing to see and have no vision.”  For some reason this quote of Helen Keller’s recently brought back to me memories of a blind childhood friend named Tommy.  He lived down the block from me and had a 2-person bicycle which I thought was the coolest thing in the world!  We would sometimes ride around the neighborhood and one day I was describing something to Tommy which I told him was red.  He became a bit testy with me and replied, “That doesn’t help me to ‘see’ it!  I have never seen color so I have no idea what ‘red’ is!”

Since that childhood day I have often reflected upon sight, seeing and vision.  BLOG TEXT-GRAPHICS YDK-WYDKBeing an artist one of my deepest secret fears is that of going blind and of not being able to wallow in color!  Ms Keller’s quote goes much deeper

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