I was paying and the guy next to me who was tall, obviously fancied himself and looked fairly wealthy was trying to pay. First off he couldn't get his card in the machine. Then he couldn't key in the numbers, on the second go he said, 'I just don't have my glasses on me'. Then he couldn't hit the green button. (This is while i am paying and my card processing).
I couldn't help it, I said, 'you don't drive around like that do you'?...
'Oh it's alright' he said, 'I can see over there, just not close up'.
So I said, 'Can you point your car out to me', thinking to myself that if i was ever driving near him on the road, I would give him a wide margin. I was totally ignored as he was fiddling with the card machine again... Deaf as well as colour blind, and stupid, I thought to myself. Honestly what a price to pay for vanity. Not being able to see or hear things clearly would drive me nuts.
I had my glasses specially designed so that i could use my vision how I wanted to. if I needed a hearing aid I would wear it.
The problem then is that I see so much that other people don't see, it takes ages to get them to actually 'see' what I am pointing out. So even if you do have good vision, you just might not 'percieve' what you see anyway. God always makes things perfectly. Pity most people don't take the trouble to plan out what they are going to make very carefully before they start, and go through the process of making it in a very logical and time honoured way.
Oh I forgot, not many people do apprenticeships with a master craftsman these days, it's all taught in classrooms where 'average' is usually the lowest common denominatior. I am sick of hearing people in craftsmanship jobs saying, 'it's all right, good enough'. Nope, not good enough unless it's as close to perfection as possible.
That's what a training process is all about. I know, I got trained, and so did everyone I passed that training on to. I was trained by a Master Craftsman. My Teacher always said, when you can do it better than me, you are ready.