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Magical story, blind woman can see after being sucked by a table

 

Lisa Reid whose vision partially returned after hitting the table.

The miracle of God is real.

That was experienced by a woman named Lisa Reid, from Auckland, New Zealand.

His eyesight, which he had lost since the age of 11, suddenly returned after he stumbled on the coffee table.

Lisa Reid, as reported by the Daily Mail, Thursday (30/10/2014), has been blind since she was 11 years old because of a tumor pressing on the optic nerve in her eye.

For 13 years, until the year 2000, he could not enjoy the colors of the world. Everything was dark.

One night, on November 15, 2000, everything changed. Reid, who was then 24 years old, was accidentally hit by a coffee serving table, his head stumbled when he crouched down to kiss the dog who became his 'life stick', Ami.

A miracle happened the next day, when Reid woke up, suddenly he could see objects in his sleeping room.

"I don't know what happened, nobody knows and can explain it," said Reid, now 38, to Daily Mail Australia.

Reid was also happy not playing. "I can't find words that can describe how I feel. It feels amazing, fantastic," she said.

"Imagine the darkness suddenly fading. No one can express how it feels. Being able to see the world again is a blessing for me," Reid explained.

Magical story, blind woman can see after being sucked by a table

To help him deal with his vision problems, Reid is assisted by a blind foundation in New Zealand, New Zealand's Blind Foundation.

"I was lost without them," he revealed.

Every year the foundation holds an event for the visually impaired, Blind Week.

This year, the event will take place from October 29 to November 3.

After a miraculous blessing, Reid is now sharing his story with the world and raising funds to help the foundation that has supported him since he was 14 years old.

The funds collected during the week will be used to help people with visual impairments to live independently, adapt to the latest technological advances, be able to read and seek better job opportunities.

"They're amazing. They've helped give me the freedom to be independent within my limitations.

I'm nothing without them

I am grateful for everything they have given me," said Reid.

November 16, 2014 marks the 14th anniversary of Reid's return to 'see the world'. (Ein)

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