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John Hull and Zoltan Torey are both blind, but they deal with the world in completely different ways -- one paints vivid pictures in his mind, while the other refuses to picture anything at all. While John finds truth in darkness, Zoltan sees an emotional void. And as they argue, they reveal some very powerful truths about how we connect to one another.

Their conversation was originally recorded for our live show In the Dark.

Comments [2]

This was a very provocative story. Filtering what these two men were describing through my belief system, which holds that there is some part of us that continues as "spirit" in an afterlife, I related more to John's position. Perhaps he is "seeing" as a spirit, or non-corporeal entity might see. He is relating to some basic distilled essence of what makes up a person.... There is a line that the fox speaks in "The Little Prince", "What is essential is invisible to the eye". Thank you for this segment.

Aug. 03 2013 01:01 PM
heidiriegler from NYC

I loved this story!

Aug. 02 2013 07:47 AM

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