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Blindness Changes Attitude

 


James Savannah says that for a long time, he was a bitter person. Savannah said that because of circumstances that happened to him at an early age, left him with a hatred for people that he says, did him wrong. Savannah went to jail for some youthful indiscretions that he felt was unjustified when it came to his sentencing, and also the fact that his lawyer abandoned him. Add to the fact, that as a diabetic, he didn’t receive the kind of medical attention while incarcerated Savannah eventually went blind. Savannah was an angry man. But today, in spite of what has gone on in his life, Sava...



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