Here's a triumph of the human spirit and human body and human generosity, all together from Thursday's Today. High school student Sean Belahovick's vision started deteriorating to the point of being blind in one eye when it was discovered that he was suffering from keratoconus, a disorder in which the cornea begins to bulge out and turn conelike.
With both of his parents out of work, it seemed like there was no hope for Belahovick until an ophthalmologist stepped in and performed a procedure, which usually costs up to $20,000, free.
"Thank you for giving me my life back," he says to his doctor.
Try watching the story of Belahovick's eyes while keeping yours dry: