Substituting the word coworker (or self) for child may open one's eyes
to frailties that are glaringly obvious to others in our circle.
Films have the power to ignite one's passion, heal one's heart and open one's eyes
to the possibilities this world has to offer.
A quest for these wild orchids is an adventure and will open one's eyes
to the natural beauty that can be found in our state.
It's a story that will -- or at least, should -- open one's eyes
to the fact that we share our universe in all its diversity with the animal world.
The written word can be so profound and can open one's eyes
to untold joys.
Meanwhile, graphics wander across the screen, along with occasional instructions to close one's eyes, inviting transgressive play with the desire to open one's eyes
and see the visual dance at work.
It really does open one's eyes
when we have a pensioner who cannot afford half a dozen eggs.
The words seem to constitute an invitation, if not a promise: to open one's eyes
is to leave off dreaming and to face the world anew.
General Alert--Works, 1974-2007," the traveling retrospective of the work of Sanja Ivekovic (curated by Natasa Ilic and Kathrin Romberg), served to open one's eyes
to the recent history of the former Yugoslavia.
While this approach to changing careers is very specific, the book never fails to open one's eyes
to the logic of finding work that aligns with his or her preferences, likes, and dislikes.
The proof is to open one's eyes
and take a good look around our borough.
They provided insight in to this highly profitable industry and some figures that open one's eyes
to the expansive influence of this industry.
Simply to walk outside one's residence and open one's eyes
and ears is to know that something powerful is going on.
His point is well taken and The Political Economy of National Defense should open one's eyes
to the more holistic approach to the study of defense.