Perfect sight and yet so blind
By Totsie28
Published: December 2, 2010
Updated: December 2, 2010

 

 

It amazes me that certain desires and weaknesses can transform the human brain so dramatically as to create a completely different person within one body from one moment to the next. I have spent many years stumbling over the multiple shortcomings I have and blindly giving in to each as though they define me on such a dramatic level as to recreate me in an instant. The only thing I can hold onto with my gradual maturity is to transform the focus of my blame from others to myself. By taking each fall as a lesson of strength and perseverance, I have been able to transform the multiple images of myself into one complete form. That's not to say that there are not still gaps in the design, but the solid nature of the structure is slowly taking form. Whether it be deep-rooted insecurities or other factors that have hindered this progression, the trial and error method has certainly prevailed and allowed for fewer of both. And now with each step I take, I find myself with a more steady footing to continue on my path...