Being blind.

@jackgym (276)
Australia
May 19, 2008 12:06am CST
What do you think would be the worst part of being blind?
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6 responses
19 May 08
By not seeing how green is the grass. How blue is the sky. How the children plays after their classes. It's like living and wasn't able to do things you are supposed to see and do by yourself.
@mimico (3618)
• Philippines
19 May 08
At first, it would devastate me to know that I won't be able to see anymore. It makes me feel less of a human being, as if my head was chopped off. Later on, I will definitely miss seeing beautiful things such as nature, my family, my friends, and new places I've never seen before. Now that I think about it, it seems more painful to lose one's sight after one has seen things in life because you'll already have a mental picture of how the world is. Conversely, if you were born blind then you won't really know what things look like.
@myliezl0903 (2731)
• Philippines
19 May 08
definitely you can't see how beautiful the world is.,and you can't even see your loved ones.,though you can touch them but still there's a big difference if you are blind.,
@sisterjinx (1136)
• United States
19 May 08
I think I would miss seeing my children and grand-children as they grew up. I would miss seeing the loving look on my hubby's face when he smiles at me.
@Adelida2233 (1008)
• United States
19 May 08
I can't imagine what it would be like to be blind. I run into enough stuff that I can see. There is no doubt in my mind that I would last less than a week being blind. As for your actual question, I would think missing things like seeing your significant other and loved ones smile would be the worst thing for me.
@zabawaus (1732)
• United States
19 May 08
it depends , if you are blind from birth then you never now what exactly the world you are living in but i guess worst part is not see loveones faces again