If you wear corrective lenses, as I do, you know that you must have the right prescription. When your corrective lenses are incorrect, will see a haze when it should be clear. Objects may be indistinct. Think of having the wrong rx when you are driving. Oh-oh! Sideswipe another vehicle. Hit a pedestrian; get stuck on some railroad tracks–All because you did not view from the correct lens.
The correct lens will help you see a thief with his hand in your pocket down the road, when you saw him only as a sugar daddy. Give with one hand, but take from the other. Have you, dear reader, ever viewed life from an incorrect lens? If so, what had you thought you were viewing? What did it turn out to be? What corrective action, if any, did you take? Leave a message and then we can talk. Enjoy your Valentine’s Day. FineChocolate58