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Well, here (and many, many years later), I decided I didn’t have much “need” for glasses — only to drive to get groceries a few times a month.  When I wanted to see the stars in the sky or a bird on the fence, I put my glasses on, but I, eventually, stopped doing that.  I relaxed my brain and just took in (visually) what I could.  One night, I looked up and realized I could see the stars, perfectly ~~ without my glasses!  It may have taken a year (or more?) to reach that point — I don’t really recall — but it happened without effort on my part, other than to stop wearing the glasses and get out and “get some sunshine” or look at the stars.   I had coffee, outside, on the porch, every morning, so it was easy to take in “the great outdoors” and allow my eyes to adjust to seeing things at great distances.  It still seems like a miracle to see things so far away — when I spent so much of my life not seeing them without aid.  (I don’t have television, so temptation to sit in front of the tube was lacking.) So, it is possible to correct your sight — and prevent the need for glasses!  Just get outdoors and allow your eyes to retrain your brain! 

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