I Help The Richest Man Spend Money To Prevent Disasters - Chapter 236
Edited By Adrian
Ye Zhi was also a little eager to try. She could finally help Gu Ren with something. She knew that this role was very important to Gu Ren so she naturally hoped that Gu Ren could do his best.
“Then where do we start?”
Gu Ren glanced at Ye Zhi and observed her reaction.
“I am a blind person and you are a volunteer who takes care of me, bringing me long-lost hope and confidence.”
As soon as he said that, Gu Ren noticed that Ye Zhi became absent-minded for a few seconds. It seemed that she thought of something that caused her to be distracted for a moment.
Gu Ren guessed that Ye Zhi was remembering the memories of her previous life.
The man who distanced himself from everything because of suddenly losing his eyesight was also similarly cold as Gu Ren. She happened to be that man’s volunteer.
Everything that happened from that time went through her mind like a movie.
Ye Zhi gathered her thoughts and nodded: “Okay, let’s go to the living room on the first floor to practice.”
Gu Ren put on a blindfold, inviting the darkness. The darkness in front of him seemed to have brought him into the memories before.
He was still the hopeless, panic-stricken person who seemed to be abandoned by the whole world, including himself.
The moment Gu Ren put on the blindfold, his expression changed.
He couldn’t tell if he was playing the blind man, or he became his previous self.
Gu Ren stretched out his hand subconsciously and stumbled forward while groping the empty air.
In this world surrounded by darkness, someone finally said something, kindling light of hope.
“Don’t be afraid, I’ll lead you.”
In the next moment, a pair of warm hands held Gu Ren’s. Even though he couldn’t see, he could still feel a sense of security as he followed the person who just told him not to be afraid.
Led by Ye Zhi, Gu Ren walked forward step by step. Ye Zhi was walking neither slow nor fast, keeping pace with him the whole time.
“This is the kitchen. There are many unsafe factors, such as knives, hot pots, and bowls. You should always remember to be careful here, so you don’t get hurt.”
Ye Zhi seemed to have entered the role of being a volunteer. She was very skilled and was extremely patient when treating her patients.
Gu Ren was led to another place again. After Ye Zhi stopped, Gu Ren also stood still.
“We are by the window now and the moonlight outside is very beautiful…”
Ye Zhi’s voice kept ringing in Gu Ren’s ears. Through Ye Zhi’s words, Gu Ren could imagine the scene that she described to him even if he couldn’t see it.
It seemed that the bright moonlight of an early winter night really fell into his eyes, adding vivid colours to his boring life.
Ye Zhi helped Gu Ren to go back again. Gu Ren was led by Ye Zhi through the entire living room, almost confirming his position at the moment.
Gu Ren knew that there were stairs in front of him.
Gu Ren walked up a few steps quickly. Ye Zhi was just about to remind him, but before she had time, Gu Ren’s body tilted slightly.
But the unexpected fall did not happen, Ye Zhi immediately stretched out her hand to hold Gu Ren tightly and then pulled him back a few steps.
“There are stairs in front. You must pay attention to this when you walk.”
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