Day 2020: Vision

This is the second time in 2020 daily blogs that I’ve written a post titled “Vision.”

I didn’t envision titling my post “Vision” today; however, the number 2020 inspired me, since

“Normal” vision is 20/20. This means that the test subject sees the same line of letters at 20 feet that person with normal vision sees at 20 feet. 20/40 vision means that the test subject sees at 20 feet what a person with normal vision sees at 40 feet.

I do not have 20/20 vision — another way that I’m not “normal.”   I do have the vision, apparently, to lead a group therapy professional organization.  I also have the vision to notice what’s around me, including …

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I wish I had the vision to see a positive future for the world. No matter what my vision,  though, there’s still hope.

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What’s your vision of hope?

Here’s what YouTube gives me when I ask for “Vision”.

I don’t have the vision to explain why “Blue (Da Be Dee)” started playing on YouTube after “Vision,” but here it is:

 

Do you have the vision to see that I’m blue this morning?

I’m glad I have good enough vision to read your comments on my posts.

I hope you have the vision to see how grateful I am for those who help me create all these posts and — of course! — for YOU.

 

 

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17 thoughts on “Day 2020: Vision

  1. My vision has improved now I had the clouds zapped from my 25 year old implanted lens

  2. I don’t have 20/20 vision Ann, but I can see you from 20 thousand leagues away, and I feel like I’ve known you for 20 years.

  3. I saw that our house must be blue under the red siding, Ann. I don’t want you to be blue, though.

  4. “Every great work, every big accomplishment, has been brought into manifestation through holding to the vision, and often just before the big achievement, comes apparent failure and discouragement.” -Florence Scovel Shinn

    “My life has been a tapestry of rich and royal hue, an everlasting vision of the ever changing view.”-Carole King

  5. In some of his letters Rimbaud said a poet must be a voyant, a word which is usually translated as “seer”, but a more appropriate word might be “visionary”. Did you envision, when you started, that you’d provide 2020 days and counting of joy and help to so many?

  6. You had me at pizza. And catastrophizing. One of the eye docs in my hometown used to have 2020 as the last 4 of their phone number. Clever!

  7. Hmmm….2020, well we have an election and my vision is the current disrupter being out…and 2018, well we have an opportunity to vote there too. Visions!!!! Visualize. Don’t be blue!

  8. I bet your group therapy organization members are delighted with you as their leader.

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