KISAH SEORANG WANITA BUTA

The bus passengers looked with Sympathy Pls look attractive young women and the white cane was carefully up the stairs. He paid the driver and, with his hands groping the chair, he walked down the hallway until he found an empty chair that was said by the driver. Then he sat down, put down his bag and leaned on her lap
wand on her leg.

A year has passed since Susan, thirty-four years, Became blind Because of misdiagnosis. Since then he lost his eyesight and was thrown into the world of darkness, full of anger, frustration, and sense of self-pity. As a very independent woman, She was cursed by a terrible fate That made him lose the ability, feeling helpless, and become a burden to everyone around him.

“How could this Happen to me?” She wondered, her heart knotted with anger. But, no matter how Often he cries or sputter or Praying, he understands the painful fact That his eyesight would never be recovered again. Depression discourages Susan’s once optimistic. Filling time of day is now a severe struggle That Drains energy and makes it frustrating. He became very dependent on Mark, her husband. Mark an Air Force officer. He loved Susan with Sincerity. When his wife has lost her sight, She saw how She sank into despair. Mark was determined to help him rediscover the strength and confidence needed to Become Independent SHE again. Mark’s military background Trained Had him well to deal with Emergency Situations, but he knows, this is the most Difficult battle he would ever face.

Finally, Susan felt ready to work again. But, how would he get to his office? Susan’s first regular bus, but now? Too afraid to go into town alone. Mark volunteered to drive her every day, even if their workplace is located at The Opposite edge of town. At first, the deal was comforted Susan and Mark’s Fulfilled Able to protect his wife’s blind, not sure Who Will be Able to do the simplest Things though. However, Mark soon realized That this arrangement was wrong – to Make Them hurry and too expensive. Susan Had to learn to ride the bus again, Mark concluded in the liver. However, new thinking to deliver the plans to Susan Had made her uncomfortable. Susan is still very fragile, still very angry. How would SHE React?

Exactly as assumed by Mark, Susan horrified at the idea to ride the bus again. “I’m blind!” he said bitterly. “How Could I know where I go? I feel like you’ll leave me”

Mark saddened to hear those words, but he Knew what to do. He promises that every morning and evening he would ride the bus with her until SHE got the hang of his own.

And that’s what happened. During the two solid weeks, Mark with full military uniform, escorted Susan to and from work every day. He taught her how to RELY on her other senses, ESPECIALLY hearing, to determine where and how was SHE adapt to new environments.

She helped Susan Met and Became friends with the bus driver and leaving an empty chair for him. He made her laugh, even on the days that are not much fun Pls She tripped over time off the bus, or drop her briefcase full of files on the aisle.

Every morning they set off together, then Mark would take a cab to his office. Although the setting is more costly and exhausting than the first, Mark believes that it is only a matter of time before Susan was Able to ride the bus without being escorted. Mark believed him, believed That Had she known before She lost her sight; WHO woman was never Afraid to face any challenge and will never give up.

Finally, Susan decided That She was ready to the make the trip alone. It was Monday. Before leaving, She hugged Mark
one bus Had been his friend and best friend. Her eyes filled with tears, full of tears of Gratitude Because of loyalty, patience and love
Mark.

He said good-bye. For the first time they went in the Opposite direction. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday … every day lived perfectly. Had she never felt as satisfied as it is. He did it! He was Able to go to work without being escorted.

On Friday morning, as usual she took the bus to work. When he paid the bus fare before getting out, the bus driver said: “Wow, I envy you.” Susan was not sure whether the driver was talking to him or not. After all, WHO would ever envy a blind woman in the WHO over the past year Trying to find the courage to live?

Curious, he said to the driver, “Why did you say you envy me?” The driver replied, “You must be happy always protected and guarded like that”

Susan did not Understand what the driver’s intentions. Again he asked, “What do you mean?”

“You know, last week, every morning there were a handsome man in military uniform standing on a street corner and watch you Pls you get off the bus. He makes sure you cross safely and he watched you continue until you get into office. Then he blew a kiss, military-style salute, then left. You’re a lucky woman, “the driver said.

Happy tears wetting her cheeks Susan. Because even though physically not Able to see Mark, he can always ensure his presence. He was lucky, very lucky, Because God gave him a gift far more precious than sight, a gift need not be seen with his eyes to convince ourselves – A Sincere gift of love from a husband can be lights WHO Wherever he is, even in the dark.

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