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Open Letter to Newly Diagnosed

In my last post, I made a case for folks with MS, particularly the so-called “newly diagnosed” as defined in aforementioned post, to become part of some kind of support group, not just for their own sake, but for the … Continue reading

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The T-Rex in the room

A common statement made about MS, one that makes it seem so much more benign, is that it is not a death sentence, i.e. is not a fatal disease.  It’s one of the first things told to a newly diagnosed … Continue reading

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Techno-Babel, Take 2

In response to my previous post about technology emulating divine attributes, a friend sent me this story from NPR.  One more unique property of the divine has now come to the masses via social networking: immortality. Now you can forever … Continue reading

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Hello, Goodbye

Occasionally a thought will materialize before you that, although never evident before, becomes as clear as life itself.  It’s as if you have been sitting in bed in complete darkness when a flash of lightning illuminates a stranger standing at … Continue reading

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Quotes#2

One-third of 2011 has passed since I initiated the first of these lazy-man’s-posts.  That seems adequate passage of time before trying a new one.  Anyway, I need the filler. First, one of the most inspiring statements I’ve ever read: Far … Continue reading

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The End of the World, part 2

I realize that the title of this post is a classic oxymoron, but I like it. I’m still thinking about this end of the world thing.  The truth is that the world did end for thousand of people on Saturday.  … Continue reading

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