Hello everyone, I saw a short film the other day about a blind man asking for help on the street. He put a sheet of cardboard in front of him which read 'I'm blind. Please help'. And one day a lady walked past and noticed the cardboard. She changed the words on the cardboard into 'It's a beautiful day and I can't see it', which successfully helped the blind man gain much more help. While the film tries to tell people that you can change your world by changing your words, I keep thinking about the use of 'and' in the sentence 'It's a beautiful day AND I can't see it'. Would it make much difference if I say 'It's a beautiful day BUT I can't see it'? Thanks in advance!