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A Mother’s Agony as Daughter Goes Blind

Eshwari’s mom is a widow, raising her children on her own.  So, there was very little she could do when Eshwari had trouble seeing.

Eshwari explained, “I can see things that are very close to me, but far away things I am not able to see.”

Eshwari’s mom said, “I took her to the eye clinic.  They told me she needed surgery immediately.  But with my meagre earnings, I could never afford it.  I don’t know what to do.”

Eshwari was diagnosed with bilateral, degenerative cataracts.  Without surgery, she would eventually go blind.  When Operation Blessing found out about Eshwari, we paid for the surgery she needed to save her sight.

With a big smile, Eshwari said, “Now I can see things that are close, and far away, too!  I want to study well, complete my education, and get a job to take care of my mother and sister.”

“You gave my little girl hope,” said Eshwari’s mom. “As a mother, I could not pay for her surgery, but you took my place and treated her like she was your own daughter.”

Eshwari said, “I got my sight back only with CBN’s help.  I give you my heartfelt thanks.

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