From the January 2020 magazine.

Clearer than ever

A private investigator discovers that faith, not sight, would lead him out of the dark

An old saying states that one should “walk by faith, not by sight.” Until recently, I never really understood what that phrase meant. In fact, for many years I had done just the opposite, walking primarily by sight and, at times, in reckless disregard of any kind of faith. 

I trusted what I saw because what I saw was what I knew to be true. Sure, all the senses are important and each contributes greatly to the human experience, however no sense was more valuable or trustworthy to me than my sight. Without my eyes, how would I know where I was going in life? I thought I needed sight to see. 

-- Sean C.

Altadena, Calif.

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