By Al Ewing
My identify is John Doe. I've been lifeless for ten years. i've got no heartbeat, no breath, no odor, simply chilly, clammy flesh mnimated by way of anything I don't comprehend. So I promote my useless flesh to the top bidder. If the fee is true, I'll kill for you, thieve for you, or retailer your lifestyles for you. There's no secret you can't lease me to resolve. except this one...
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Even the slim margins he had seen were gone. He now had to learn to live as a blind man. In truth, he had already begun his education years before by using his sighted time so wisely. I too am beginning to navigate a new world. Although my sight is relatively intact, vision is not very useful to me in confronting the challenge of seeing into a blind world. I will need, at least in the beginning, a guide and a teacher to point out the nonsights along the way, to fill in my preliminary picture of life without vision.
Only the large organic food market and the taste for healthy food survive this cultural transformation. In this first conversation, Isabel says she could just as easily come to the East Bay to meet with me. Just as easily? I wonder why she makes this offer so casually. If I were doing someone a favor, as she is doing me, I would not offer to spend an extra hour traveling. So is she a more generous person than I am? If I were blind, I certainly would not offer to navigate a trip to another city to be interviewed.
So I thought it b l i n d d at e 29 best not to plan too closely, but instead wait and see how things turn out. I did not anticipate what actually happened. As I pull up to Jesse’s building, two men standing out in front ask me if I am looking for “the blind man. He was out here and just went back inside,” one of them tells me. I had been waiting a little further down the block by mistake. Jesse would have no way of knowing that and, in this case, neither did I. For different reasons, I did not see him and he did not see me.