This week, I read this stirring piece—“One Day I Couldn’t See Right. My Life Hasn’t Been the Same Since”—by journalist Frank Bruni. I felt like I could have written it. Well, except for the fact that he’s a veteran writer, and I’m an amateur. The sentiments he expressed were deeply familiar, though. Writing about the impact of his sudden and permanent (albeit partial) loss of vision, Bruni says:
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