I just had cataract surgery. My vision has become more and more clouded over the last couple of years. Yet, at first, I didn’t notice that there might be something wrong. Most often there are emotional and psychological issues that limit our ability to see clearly. Our fears, our anxieties and our prejudices get in our way. And, most often we don’t realize that something might not be right. This morning we will all have a chance to discuss those issues that cloud our vision and keep us from becoming better people.
This service will be preceded by a pancake breakfast sponsored by the 300th Committee.