Palmer’s Blog: World Sight Day Recap

Lions Clubs International

Last week, I celebrated World Sight Day in Mossman, Australia. As this year’s Lions World Sight Day focused on community vision screenings, I joined Australia Lions in providing vision screenings and eye health education for children, students and adults. Vision screenings are an important first step to preventing and treating eye disease.

It always gives me great joy to see how Lions in Australia and around the world work hard to lead the fight against blindness — not just on World Sight Day, but every single day.

Lions Clubs International

  • Lioness Sushil Bansal

    “We human beings have enormous difficulty in focusing on the present; we’re always thinking about what we did, about how we could have done it better, about the consequences of our actions, and about why we didn’t act as we should have. Or else we think about the future, about what we’re going to do tomorrow, what precautions we
    should take, what dangers await us around the next corner, how to avoid what we
    don’t want and how to get what we have always dreamed of But we are Lions.we believe in serving our community.
    Though we might have a lot of obstacles in our lives, we must learn to climb a bridge
    and get over them. Minds are the open doors that allow anything to come and go.
    It is up to you to make anything stay. It’s always inspiring and motivating to see how Lions are helping improve eye health worldwide, on World Sight Day and every other day of the year!

    Recognition is an excellent way to maintain morale in the club.

    Lioness Sushil Bansal
    President
    Lioness club Chandigarh Panchkula Diamond District 321A2

    • lionsclubs

      Well said! Thank you.

  • Radha Krishna Madduri

    Very Motivating – Ln.Radha Krishna, LC Tarnaka, India

    • lionsclubs

      It’s always inspiring and motivating to see how Lions are helping improve eye health worlwide, on World Sight Day and every other day of the year!