“See for today and see for the moment. See every day as though your eye sight will be taken away from you tomorrow. Your heart is the eye of your soul. When
you look at something, truly see it, and don’t just look at it to say that you’ve seen it. Truly look at it, not just with your eyes, but with your heart as well.
Your heart is the advertisement to your soul. And most importantly, remember
that what you see with your eyes may not be what’s truly there. Only after
you’ve seen with your heart, can you truly say you’ve seen a person for who they really are inside. And the same thing goes for the world.
I decided to make this web site
for two reasons.
promote my published book and upcoming book projects.
But most importantly, to
teach people about what having a disability is like and also to show them that having one isn’t the end of the world. I may not be able to see like everyone else, but I see with my heart, which is way
better than seeing with my eyes. I do long to see like everyone else just for
one day, but I know that God made me this way for a reason. He has a plan for
me. And I can see where it really counts.
I can see where others cannot. I can see with my heart. And I hope this web site will help others to get to know me and learn a little bit more about what it’s
like to have a disability. But most importantly, I hope I can teach people who
have a visual disability, or any disability, to not let it stop them. The way
I look at it is, I have ROP, it doesn’t have me!