How does Milton make up his mind to serve his Maker in his sonnet On His Blindness?

How does Milton make up his mind to serve his Maker in his sonnet On His Blindness?

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  1. In the poem “On His Blindness,” John Milton makes up his mind to serve his Maker by stating he was blind, but that was not a sign of his Maker’s lack of love for him, but an act of love for Milton to make him more appreciative of his sight.

    Milton makes up his mind to serve his Maker in his sonnet “On His Blindness” with two points. First, there are things that may dim our vision, but we can still make out “the incorruptible Dance of the Lights.” Second, he says, “I may lose my sight, but I have my heart.” He is saying that he is going to serve God.

    On His Blindness Summary

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