oh, that's unusual... Usually, most people who're born blind don't have those issues. And yes, I say USUALLY and MOST - there's always an exception. But since they're born blind, they don't know how it is to see. So Mirrors for example don't have any value to them. Sunset and Sunrise are preceived differently for them, and they don't have a value for looking into someones eyes. They see other with feeling their face - and I think that could be very difficult for a pony. Maybe they do it with their snot? Don't get me wrong here, I don't want to talk bad about your comic. I think you drew it very well and brought the emotions across very well. It's just something that in most cases is only felt by those who could see before, and know how it is to use the sense of seeing. It's the same with, for example, deaf people. Someone who heared before, knows how music sounds and how much he's missing with not beeing able to hear anymore. But someone who never heared to begin with, enjoys music with feeling the bass and is even able to dance to it - and doesn't suffer from "missing" anything so much. Guess from the three "basic" handicaps, beeing mute is the worst in that regard, because you are constantly confronted with others beeing able to use their voice - and no matter when you got mute, you know exactly what you're missing and how your life would be, if you could speak.