THE PARABLE OF THE TWO BLIND MEN

 

March 31, 2007, Rock Place, Stewart’s Creek, by Carl A. Patton

 

 

One man although blind, and not without sight came to life with no eyes.

 

However some said that this man could see.

 

Then there was another man who was stricken sightless by a great accident when his face and body were burned.

 

His heart burned with malice and pain as he blamed many for the great fire. Thus he saw very little although he could have eyes only if he believed.

 

Meanwhile the first man embraced the Sprit as he felt he Wind from birth.

 

He could describe colors as natural as the rainbow because he always remained in the Spiritual Realm.

 

He knew that eyes were not only for sight. He heard the Wind cry and saw the flight of birds night and day.

 

The burned man saw nothing as he turned his ears down.

 

 

 


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