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There can also be abrasions in our own lives which

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focus on our spiritual journey. There can also be abrasions in our own lives, which include past hurt or wounds that eventually allow us to not see things very clearly. As a Christian we can lose our eyesight, which then could lead to spiritual blindness. According to Kalat (2019), some people have been able to reduce their ability to voluntarily shift their gaze away from wherever they are looking, which is considered to be called a sticky fixation. This is how individuals begin to lose their spiritual sight and the revelation slowly begins to disappear. Our eyesight is considered to create desires, it can eventually inspire individuals and eventually arouse our emotions. For instance, if you were to look at Jesus’ life, He did exactly what He saw His father do. Like everyone always said, you do mimic your role models or parents all through life. This leads me to my last point, if we cannot physically see Jesus then how can we physically see how we are to maneuver in this world and in the calling that each one of us has? We are only able to maneuver thorough this life with the help of Jesus through prayer, worship, and reading the bible. References Kalat, J. W. (2019). Biological Psychology (13th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage. ISBN: 9780357096345.
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  • Summer '14
  • CarrieWilmouth
  • Lateral geniculate nucleus, Kalat

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