Reflection — January 2nd
I am very short-sighted. An optician’s eye test puts me in a vulnerable place when my spectacles are banished, the lights turned out. Before me a luminous panel allegedly holding script, but the blurred letters are hidden to me. A weighty contraption of lenses, three deep on each side, handles angled, are balanced on my nose. Peering through them brings the alphabet splat back into focus, and I surprise the optician by reading the bottom line.
Ananias is given a divine optician appointment, one which helps him to see the importance of this man Saul — not for the violence that he brings to
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