Nicholas Caro Testimonial
~Fr. Peter Spiro~
What can I say? Itís a modern day miracle. Throughout my entire life, I have
used glasses and the past 3 years contact lenses. I donít remember a time when I
wasnít trying to focus through wet glasses in the rain, or taping my glasses
together throughout my scholastic career from a sporting mishap. In my 30ís I
went to contact lenses to lose the glasses, and found that I could not read well
in low light, and also felt like scratching my eyes out after a long day wearing
them. It was not an ideal solution by any means but beat glasses.
I have often looked back at my pictures from 30 plus years, and shake my head
thinking that such a day of clear vision would have only come in the Kingdom of
Heaven. I would have never believed that my vision could have become what it is
today, with a laser and 10 minute procedure. Itís unbelievable and truly a
modern day miracle. I know that my eyes are still healing and I am still getting
used to them.
When I look up close at some things, I still every once and a while will tilt my
head down to look over the top of my glasses which are no longer there, and the
action is merely habit and not out of necessity. Some habits are hard to break,
but a fantastic one to put into disuse. Even though I deal with a lot of things
and see a lot of things, I am still a ninny when it comes to medical procedures
and surgeryÖas you found out. Donít spread that around either!
I wasnít quite sure what to think about the whole thing at first, and was quite
cautious about my eyes being operated on. Your confidence and assurance of my
viability of a successful outcome was comforting and the impetus for me having
the procedure done.
I am very happy with my new eyesight and still thank God every day as well as
Saint Paraskevi that such procedures are possible and that my eyesight has
become a million times better than before and keeps getting better every day.
Thank you for what you are doing. As in the book of Samuel in the Old Testament,
it says ďBlessed are the hands of doctors, because they are the hands of God.Ē
I wish you all the best for this new year and with your family. May God continue
to bless you and guide you always helping you to do His work for so many people.
I feel visually liberated and I thank you for all that you do and have done for
Fr. Peter Spiro