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Unformatted text preview: I walk to my local library, I see the same man walking across the street with his guide dog. I cannot help but think about how unfortunate he must be without his vision. Without vision, he cannot see the food that he is eating, watch the beautiful sceneries on vacation, or see other people’s faces and interact with them like people with normal vision can. Those with impaired vision, such as colorblindness are also limited in what they can see and the colors of certain objects. With my eyes, I can do so much more, like read, write, and drive to places I need to get to, like school or work. I can be independent and not have to worry about getting run over by a car or having to rely on a guide dog every time I wanted to go out. I am very interested in the study of vision and I hope to pursue my studies at UC Berkeley’s optometry school, as I hope to become an optometrist someday!...
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- Winter '09
- Psychology, Sharon Ng