How would your life be different with natural perfect eyesight?
There are few things as exciting as getting that first flash of perfect sight -- the sheer joy when the realization hits that "Yes! I really am going to have my vision back. It's really going to work."
What's so different with perfect sight?
Everything. It's like going from 2-D to 3-D -- on steroids! Through lenses, the world looks flat, two-dimensional and dull. With normal sight, it is multidimensional –– alive with color, sound and motion.
You experience the world in a way you can hardly imagine right now. You have a clarity of focus you may not have experienced since glasses first went on your face as a child.
I once took a vision student to the arboretum at UCLA. Helen's vision had improved from 20/200 to 20/20 with one eye, but the other lagged behind at 20/40. We walked through the gardens, and she wore a patch to practice with the weaker eye. As I guided her into how to improve her sight, that eye gradually got better until it too was seeing perfectly.
Helen was in awe at how different the world looked with perfect sight, eagerly pointing out one visual wonder after another. She was enthralled by the texture of the bark on trees far across the hillside and how its texture changed when the sun filtered across it, casting shadows. In the cactus garden, she experienced the beauty of the desert for the first time.
The whole experience is different with perfect sight than it ever could ever be with glasses.