In line with some of my other recent posts elsewhere in this forum, I invite people not merely to think about
(a) what they want; or
(b) whether they can get it,
but also the more interesting question of why
they want it.
This is an important question because when you start exploring it, you may realise that what you really want is actually something else; or you may realise that there are actually quite simple ways to get what you want; or you may realise that you no longer want what you wanted.
For example, a person may think that he wants money, when actually what he really wants is the respect that he believes will come from money. After that, he may realise that he can get respect from other ways that are easier for him than money.
Or a person may think that he wants big impressive muscles, when actually what he really wants is a girlfriend, and he has been thinking that the way to get a girlfriend is to have big impressive muscles. Upon realising this, he may realise that there could be simpler, quicker ways for him to have a girlfriend, than by training for big impressive muscles.
Or a person may think that he wants to be a doctor, when actually what he really wants is to help people who are suffering. Upon realising this, he may realise that there is no need to feel so disappointed about not getting into medical school ... after all, he can work as a disaster relief coordinator and help people who are suffering as a result of natural catastrophes.
And so it is, for eyesight.
A person might want perfect eyesight for all sorts of different reasons. Some examples that What3ver has given:
I personally hate glasses. They're annoying and get in the way,
Oh contact lenses could be a good solution then.
Oh, umbrellas could be a good solution then.
plus they get all foggy coming inside when it's cold outside.
Oh, anti-fog lenses could be a good solution then.
Oh, soap and water could be a good solution then.
Not being able to see my new haircut until it's done at the hairdresser.
Oh, contact lenses could be a good solution then.
Plus most people will always label you some sort of a geek/loser automatically.
Oh, being a winner could be a good solution then.
Also, being a macho guy could be a good solution.
Also, not caring what people think about you could also be a good solution.
Or alternatively, in all scenarios mentioned above, you could manifest perfect eyesight for yourself in two days. Which might or might not be a workable possible solution for you.
And if it were
possible for you, because you're already such a marvellous guru with highly advanced LOA powers, well, really, are there any more worthwhile intentions that you might want to work on?
Such as, say, doing a good deed and healing the completely blind, perhaps not in two days, but say, in three weeks?