Thursday, June 13, 2024
Chris Judd

Sight, sound or smell?

When we think of our five senses, we think of sight, sound and smell first. We know someone who is blind or deaf. Most of us are fortunate enough to have all of our five senses but take them for granted.
I know several excellent musicians who were either born blind or lost their sight through some unfortunate accident. When a once-in-a -century drought in the early eighties left western farmers with only a fraction of the hay needed to bring their cattle and horses through the winter, many sold off their stock because they couldn’t find hay.

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