Chad Duncan

Chad Duncan

I carved out a very humdrum, predictable, safe existence when I was a sighted person.  As a blind person you have to fight, and you have to be strong and confident. I feel more alive since I lost my eyesight. I don’t taste things more intensely than you do.  I just appreciate what I taste more than before.  Blindness has given me the opportunity to slow down and take the time to listen to what someone is saying. To listen to the person’s breath, their tone, and their pace. That will give you infinite clues about what is really going on.