Once again I have picked a theme for the A to Z Challenge. This time I aim to entertain rather than to educate. My theme is careers or occupations. I begin with a piece of creative writing.
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Oliver and Oprah are opticians. They were far-sighted youngsters, who realised that looking after people’s eyesight would provide a useful occupation. They were interested in science especially physics and biology. Outdoor activities have to be reserved for their leisure time. Ophthalmic opticians only see daylight out of working hours. Spectacles and contact lenses are made to their prescriptions. People in the outer office provide dispensing and administrative back-up. Their opening hours may accommodate office workers among others.
Further reading: Dispensing Optician
In the Bible there are stories of blind people receiving their sight. The healing miracles of Jesus Christ are well-known. In my A to Z Challenge 2017 I wrote Bartimaeus’ story.
Did you know that a disciple named Ananias was instrumental in the restoration of St Paul’s sight after his experience on the road to Damascus? Acts 9:1-19