I'm not sure how to put this, but what is it with some blind people and getting all depressed about what you can't do? Seriously, for every one thing you can't do there are a million others that you can do. I personally have next to no problem at all with being blind, aside from the fact i'll never drive or fly a plane, but honestly, who cares? Everything i've wanted to do in life that I saw somebody else do I've had the chance to do. I'm not held back. I live life like the next guy. To put it simply, I'm actually glad I'm blind. I see the world in a way many people do not. We blind people see people for who they really are not just how they look on the outside. I could write an entire essay on the positives of being blind, but I won't. All i'll say is, look on the bright side, live life to the fullest, and don't let lack of working eyes hold you back. Blind people seem to always focus on what they can't do at all or what they can't do as well as the sighted. But hey, you can't do everything, and you can't be the best at everything. Stop getting so damn depressed because a sighted person skied slightly faster than you or something. Because it isn't the end of the world if people are better than you. Embrace the fact your good at something, and accept that there is always going to be somebody better than you at everything. There's always a better person no matter if your sighted or blind. I only brought that up because once someone used that as an excuse to justify blind people spending 99 percent of their day on a computer. Just accept that nobody's equal and stop worrying about lack of eyesight. I've had friends tell me they forget i'm blind. Why? Because I ignore blindness and live life as who I am, no matter the barriers. I suggest all of you do the same. That's a word of advice, because it helps a lot socially. I'm sure many like nocturnus would agree.
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