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What’s The Most Beautiful Thing You’ve Ever Seen?

It’s been a long day. As you lay down in bed, you dispel all the stresses and frustrations and instead focus on one mental image: one beautiful picture that reminds you just how lucky you are, a moment that always makes you smile. Can you see it?

What’s The Most Beautiful Thing You’ve Ever Seen?

A group of National Geographic explorers were asked the same question. Think about your own answer as you watch:

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A sunset on a perfect day, or a child’s smile… our answers may not sound as exotic as those of professional explorers, but they’re just as precious and beautiful. And we have our eyes to thank for capturing these beautiful pictures.

Our Eyes Are Amazing Instruments

In terms of delicate complexity and precision, our eyes are second only to our brains. Eyesight is such a big part of our lives that for most, it determines 80% of what we learn, and 80% of what we remember.

We don’t often think about our eyesight, until it becomes threatened. But it’s always a good idea to take a moment out of the day for gratitude. Here at our practice, we consider it an honor to be able to serve our patients by caring for and preserving their eyesight.

We’d Like To Hear From You!

It’s not often that we get to talk like this. But we’d love to hear your answer to the question we posed above: what’s the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen?

Thanks for reading our blog, and thank you for your trust in our practice.

We value our relationship with each one of you, and we look forward to hearing from you!

Top image by Flickr user Leo Hidalgo used under Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike 4.0 license. Image cropped and modified from original.
The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical conditions.