Madeleine L’Engle once said that “ Because you’re not what I would have be, I blind myself to who, in truth, you are.”L’Engle. He Oedipus blinded himself from who he really is. He didn’t want to be who was told to be by Teiresias. He blind himself to truth both mentally and physically. He also ran away from his old life to start a new one because he didn't want to be the person that he was told going to be. In Oedipus Rex, Sophocles reveals that being humble and mature to is necessary to find out the truth.
Oedipus was daze in more than restricted. He was heedless to reality about his own particular life. He was blind to the point that he got distraught at any individual who was sufficiently silly to propose such a thought. Oedipus considered himself he is…show more content… An individual who is physically visually impaired realizes that he will most likely be dazzle whatever is left of his life. That individual will figure out how to manage the lack of sight. Then again, if an individual is oblivious in regards to reality, there is nothing that individual can do until they take in reality. The individual may not even realize that he isn't right. At the point when the individual does take in reality, he has a tendency to feel uninformed. The individual marvels if things could have been stayed away from had reality just been known. For Oedipus and Jocasta in Sophocles' King Oedipus, this situation was simply the case. At the point when Oedipus took in reality, his method for managing his allegorical sightlessness was to visually impaired himself. At the point when Jocasta took in reality, her method for managing her allegorical sightlessness was to murder herself. In this play, lack of sight prompted reality, and reality prompted visual impairment. Oedipus, Teiresias, and Jocasta were all visually impaired, yet all discovered reality. The point is that to find the truth you need to mature and