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Top Ten things to do while in the MRI tube

If you have MS, you’ve spent more than your fair share of time buried in an MRI machine. It’s a little known fact that the MRI was invented by some obscure cleric during the Inquisition to extract confessions from suspected … Continue reading

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Time on my hands

Recently I read that, during an average 80 year life span, we each spend 5 years of that time waiting. That’s right, doing nothing but waiting. Mundane time-killers such as being on hold on the phone (that uses up about … Continue reading

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The silver bullet?

Whenever I attend an MS-related seminar – and I attend as many of these things as I possibly can* – there are a couple of elements I can always rely on to be part of the event. I could set … Continue reading

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Thanx #10

How did Thanksgiving pass by without me writing another “thanx” post?  (Search on the word “thanx” for the previous nine and to find out why I persistently and purposefully spell “thanks” wrong.)  My negligence is emblematic of my own inadequate … Continue reading

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Modern Spiritual Disciplines#1

At the risk of succumbing to the Hollywood syndrome of exploiting endless franchise retreads to substitute for creativity and imagination, I introduce yet another “series” to my humble blog. The classic spiritual disciplines – e.g. fasting, prayer, solitude, etc. – … Continue reading

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