You are a budding actor. You have worked hard at your acting skills.
You have waited for hours, in long lines outside the major studios, for an opportunity to demonstrate your talent. You have networked like wow to get a chance to show your reel to director, producers, and God knows who else.
Sometimes you got rejected. Sometimes you ended up working on small roles. Mostly, you ended up with no reward.
Acting is a tough life. You have come to accept that. You have bided your time. Never giving up on your dream. You know that your day will come. Soon. Till then you have to be at it. Practice your craft. Stand in lines. Face rejection bravely. You somehow know that all these are the tests that the universe puts in front of you, before it grants you an audience with greatness.
One eventful day, you’re invited for the the audition. The show is slotted for prime time on national television. More long lines, and many listless hours later, you’re shortlisted. Selected. Is the universe smiling, you wonder.
You get the role of your life. The long wait and struggle makes it suddenly more enjoyable.
Except that your glasses come in your way. You need to be without them for the role. With -3.75 and -4.5, you are visibly handicapped without glasses.
You dread contacts. Your anxiety levels peak. It shows up in your acting. You break into a cold sweat just at the thought of no glasses.
You are in a dilemma. The role that you have always dreamt of on one hand. No glasses to perform well, on the other.
Till, you hear about LASIK Refractive Eye Surgery. And it’s wonderful effects on a fellow actor. Operation in 15 mins. 100/100 confidence. Life becomes clearer. Glasses and contacts get into the dustbin.
Opportunities which were out of sight, suddenly start showing up.
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