Losing Your Sight vs. Losing Your Vision


I had an email come across my desk that had these words written in it. Losing your sight vs. losing your vision When I read it, I was overwhelmed.   It has so much meaning to it with just a few words.  


People tend to look at the surface when they glance at things.   They are in such a big hurry and want to get to the point faster than the other one.   Seeing things like this makes you wonder how many times have I skipped over something that could have helped me in what I was doing and where I was going. 


Am I Losing my Sight or Losing My Vision?


As I am working hard on my goals, I am becoming more aware of what is around me and what is in front of me.  Am I seeing too much, am I only using what I see or am I losing my sight by seeing more than I need to?


Losing Your Sight vs. Losing Your Vision


Let’s look at this again!  Losing your SIGHT!  This can be taken in many contexts, from not being able to physically use your eyes to not knowing what is around the corner in the dark.



Where as Losing your VISION!   Some may also come to think this is not being able to see with your eyes, but it’s bigger than that.   It is actually knowing where your path is leading you and seeing the fork in the road, which way do you go. 


When I read this I needed to post it and remember it, for I want to focus and be able to choose my path.   I know I can choose and see where I want to be.  


My life is not standing still and I am only on this earth for a little while, I need to make the most of it.   I have my dreams; I have my plan of action.  


[fancy_box id=1]I need my vision to keep me on my path and give my life meaning. [/fancy_box]



Losing Your Sight vs. Losing Your Vision


What is it that you are trying to achieve in your life time? 


Do you have a goal or are you one of the robots just passing the time away and having fun doing it.   


Check your vision,  are you making a difference? 


The Science of Thinking BigIs there something you want to be remembered by? 


Is it making a good home for your family, is it having a fulfilling career that you can be proud of.   Is it sharing for the need of others? 


I know you can think of something.

   This is where you need to ask yourself.  


     “Am I seeing or do I have a vision?”  


See you in your path.



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9 thoughts on “Losing Your Sight vs. Losing Your Vision

  1. An eye-opener of an article. With as busy as my life has been lately, thanks for the reminder to stop and check my sight & my vision. It’s so easy to lose sight of the important things right in front of us, and it’s just as easy to lose our vision while trying to keep our eye on the prize. This one looks like it was for me today. 😉 –Sondi

  2. Great post Sandy.

    Professionally or personally, sometimes we lose our vision as we go down our path. Life has a funny way of throwing curve balls that can make that happen. When that happens we need to regroup and remember what that vision is in the first place and continue.

    Thanks for sharing.


  3. Wow. That’s definitely a lot to think about. I sometimes miss things, and I have definitely lost my vision from time to time. I think these two can definitely work hand in hand, and the first can really help the other.

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