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Man in his innate human nature is good but subjects himself to evils It is the battle of the conscience between good and bad which drives the continuous cycle of sin and redemption With the passing of time as well as the social evolution and genetic exchange we ended up putting our conscience in the color of blood and in the salt of tears and as if that were not enough we made our eyes into a kind of mirror turned inwards p 17 As man lives on trafficking in the depths of sin he not only is turning his soul black he is distorting the self to an unrecognizable state The sudden onset of blindness is designed to display to each person his inability to see the corruption of his soul Eyes that had stopped seeing eyes that were totally blind yet meanwhile were in perfect condition without any lesions recent or old acquired or innate The soul in its clouded state of indecision sin and sorrow is not damaged but merely preparing for a new vision The inability to see represents and mans indifference toward the degradation of society The white color exemplifies the rectitude of man deep down in the spirit and soul Thus the white blindness serves as a tool to attract attention and to transform a sentiment of apathy to one of alarm For the awakening of the eyes and the restoration of sight signify the awakening of the wizened soul The eyes being a metaphor for the soul seek to teach man personal contribution to a moral responsibility The unrepented soul as it becomes weighted with sin and evil becomes distorted unrecognizable to the mind which it embodies He simply stretched out his hands to touch the glass he knew that his image was there watching him his image could see him he could not see his image29 Blindness being a private matter between a person and
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