By Rev. Tracey Leslie
Scripture: John 1: 35-51
The Atwater Eye Care Center at Indiana University changed my life. Many of you are aware that I have dry eye disease. Years ago, when I heard people talk about “dry eye,” I’d think to myself, “well, that must be annoying.” Let me tell you, annoying isn’t even the half of it. It’s just been within recent years that my condition developed. Initially, my optometrist prescribed over the counter drops. Her next step was to insert plugs into my tear ducts. That helped for about a year. But my condition worsened and that was all she had to offer me. Many of you remember Mary Moll. The reason for Marty losing her vision at the end of her life was dry eye disease. As my condition progressed, I could tell I was beginning to lose vision. Then, the pain became so intense it began to interfere with my ability to concentrate and to sleep. During the night I’d toss and turn, uncomfortable with the pain and never falling into a deep, recuperative sleep. I’d wake up every morning exhausted.
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