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Blindness (Translation)

Through their broad observations,. This perspective of inductive reasoning would transfer throughout society and would lead to mass chaos. Not a blindness involving lack of sight, but more an absence of understanding.

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Other Related Materials 4 pages. The one talent of writing which he had, is useless now because without eyesight he cannot write. Thus it is just a load from the God that has been bestowed on him.

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The poet laments over the loss of his eyesight and wonders what this talent means for him now as without eyesight he cannot use it. In these lines, the lament of poets turns into desire and wonder. He says that he desired to serve his Maker but because of this blindness he cannot do so. He wonders if God still wants to serve Him in spite of the fact that his sight is gone.

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